A third horse survivor from the herd shot and killed in Floyd County in mid-December is now recovering at our farm in Simpsonville.
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The Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) had its largest adoption year on record, with 6,902 animals finding homes in 2019 – 816 more pets than the year before.
And the biggest winners were cats.
“We are calling 2019 ‘the year of the cat,’” said Andrea Blair, KHS spokesperson. “For the first time in our history, cat adoptions were higher than dog adoptions.”
Dec 28, 2019: Late last night, the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) received a pregnant mare and her weanling colt from the same herd where 20 horses were found shot dead on a strip mine near the Pike and Floyd County line on Dec. 17.
The two survivors are recovering at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Willow Hope Farm in Simpsonville KY.