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May 03, 2011

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Fatty Liver

I'm so glad to see someone out there taking charge and looking out for the animals. It's really sad that so many animals get abandoned during these natural disasters. These animals still have so much to give even if they're injured and it's awesome to have people out there who care. Keep up the good work with the horses and other animals!

DJ

USMLE Audio

Oh my...I felt sad about what happened to his leg. I know in time he'll recover because he knows he is stronger that any other animal in the barn.

Link Building

I'm so glad to see someone out there taking charge and looking out for the animals. It's really sad that so many animals get abandoned during these natural disasters. These animals still have so much to give even if they're injured and it's awesome to have people out there who care. Keep up the good work with the horses and other animals!

Natural Horse Care Tips

This is really hard for animals such as horses. Leaving them on flood waters is not only our choice. We should always consider them.

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