Fund Benefits Seized Maryland Horses

In the past, seven was the largest number of horses the staff and volunteers of the Humane Society of Washington County, Md. had to handle. But helping a herd of 74 allegedly abused and neglected horses evacuated from a Sharpsburg. Md., farm in December will be a massive, long range effort, according to Katherine Cooker, the humane society's director of development and public relations.

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