More than 350 Louisiana horses and mules were rescued after Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of the Gulf Coast on August 29. Rescuers dealt daily with images of destruction--such as barns full of trapped horses that didn't survive the storm surge. Some horses simply weren't able touch the ground in the nine feet of sludge that rose around them when levees broke.

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