The Big Sky Farm in Dacula is asking for the public's help in caring for two miniature horses that were rescued earlier this month.
The author of an Aug. 8 post on Big Sky Ranch's chipin.com blog wrote:
We went to look at 2 little minis last Friday,,, at the request of the owner that no longer wanted them. We were horrified of what we saw when we arrived. Both minis are 18 months old. The sister is skin and bones, but find the little boy down and too weak to stand. He is literally a sack of bones and long long hair.
The horses, named Maybelline and Tyson, are improving but Tyson still has a long way to go. (Read more here).
If you would like to make a donation to help fund care for Maybelline and Tyson, please visit the Big Sky Farm Chipin.com blog and look for the "ChipIn!" link.
Big Sky Farm is operated by Gwinnett State Court Judge Carla Brown and husband, Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway.
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