Glen Kleinfelter remembers an encounter he had with Pam Vivirito of Equine Angels Rescue.
A Butler County horse farmer is telling his side of the story after signing over six horses that were in his care to a local rescue association.
A Butler County man will face charges after six horses were rescued from his home.
The Meadows racetrack says it has less than a handful of deaths at the track in a year.
With the devastating wildfires in Colorado, the need to help horses that have been displaced is tremendous.
A local woman was convicted Thursday in the abuse of more than a half dozen horses, which were left dirty and starving last month. The horses are doing much better after spending more than a month at a quarantine site in Westmoreland County.
More than 40 quarter horses were rescued from a farm in Canonsburg. The animals were abandoned. The horses are suffering from worms. Some of them have eye problems and others have ear and hoof problems.
Nearly a dozen horses were removed from a local farm. The horses were living in a field behind a home in Saltsburg. Humane agents say they were severely underweight and had nothing but grass to eat.
Several horses were rescued from a Butler County barn Tuesday night. Representatives from Equine Angels Rescue say the horses were not cared for or fed properly.
State police say they are investigating a case of animal cruelty that left one horse dead and another one injured in Indiana County.
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