Farm is makeshift home for animals affected by Colo. wildfires

06/13/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Twisted Trail Farm in Castle Rock, Colo., is sheltering dozens of animals that needed care after the Black Forest fire. People and an animal sanctuary lacked the time or means to evacuate animals, and some owners spray-painted their phone numbers on hides in the hopes of being reunited with their horses. Veterinarian Lynn Roberts is among the many people helping the animals.

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