Illinois reports uptick in abandoned and neglected horses

11/16/2011 | WTVO-TV/WQRF-TV (Rockford, Ill.)

According to the Illinois Department of Agriculture, the state's abandoned and neglected horse population is increasing and overcrowded, cash-strapped rescues are turning away horses everyday. "We're turning down a lot of 'em, and we're telling people just euthanize them, I cannot find homes," said Donna Ewing, founder of a local horse rescue facility.

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