Horse Rescue Owner Trying to Get Seized Animals Back

The owner of a Fort Collins, Colo., animal rescue shelter says she will try to raise $10,000 for a bond so she can reclaim 27 animals seized by county officials over allegations that the animals were underfed.

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Department seized horses, ponies, donkeys, llamas, goats and a potbelly pig on Saturday

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