- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 7, 2015

CORINTH, Miss. (AP) - Sixty-five horses rescued in November in Copiah County found a home in Alcorn County at Little Creek Ranch.

Little Creek Ranch welcomed the displaced animals on Jan. 1. So far 30 horses have been adopted

Since Nov. 30, when about 100 neglected, sick and starving horses were found on a Copiah County property, animal rescue organizations have worked to raise funds and find a place where the horses could be rehabilitated and housed while adoptions were arranged.

Little Creek ranch manager Chad Booker tells the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal (https://bit.ly/1w0Y72C ) that a local veterinarian checks on the horses most every day.

Renee Paxton, of Stop Shipping Horses to Slaughter, of Juno Beach, Florida, says the horses were very sick but are getting better every day.



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Information from: Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, https://djournal.com

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