by Ginger Casey
“Our good friend, Ginger Casey, forwarded an article that she had written for us to share, here, at SFTHH. The article, likewise, appeared in the Reno Gazette. Ginger Casey is an Emmy-award winning journalist who began her career in Reno and we thank her for sharing with us. Keep the faith!” ~ R.T.
“The irony is that in order to adopt one of the animals, you have to prove you have shelter from the elements available for them.”
As the temperatures in the area began to climb north of 100 degrees last summer, the public began to petition the BLM to do something about the conditions at the Palomino Valley wild horse adoption facility north of Reno. Nearly two thousand horses and burros were languishing in triple-digit heat in huge, open, dirt pens with neither shade…
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