9 of 18 surrendered Massachusetts horses ready for adoption

A happy herd - officials report the horses are gaining weight and feeling so much better in their time at Nevins Farm (credit MSPCA-Angell)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The MSPCA at Nevins Farm is looking for new homes for the recently rehabilitated horses from an Alford, Massachusetts, rescue.

The intake of horses left MSPCA Agnell facing a “historically large population of newly surrendered animals.”

According to the director of programs for MSPCA Agnell, Mike Keiley,  as of Tuesday, nine horses are ready for adoption.

The group said the remaining horses are being treated for undiagnosed respiratory illnesses and body-weight relate complications.

All the horses are expected to make a full recovery including two possibly-pregnant mares expecting foals.

Anyone interested in adopting one, or some of the horses can visit the MSPCA at Nevins Farm adoption inquiry page.

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