MIAMI CO., Ohio (WDTN) - The Miami County Humane Society needs your help in the care of 23 horses removed from a Miami County rescue farm.
The horses are all in foster care, but the Humane Society is still responsible for their care. The Ohio SPCA is also involved in their care.
The animals were removed from a horse rescue at 5275 State Route 201 in Bethel Township after a search warrant was served.
The Miami County Municipal Court has yet to make a final determination about the fate of the horses, so they'll remain under the Humane Society's control.
The case remains under investigation. Any charges are still pending.
You can make a donation to the Miami County Humane Society at P.O. Box 789, Troy, Ohio 45373.
You can also call 937-216-0070 for more information.
You can also visit the Ohio SPCA website.
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