1. Four emaciated horses were residing at the farm of Mary Loeffelholz.
2. Dane County Animal Control has been watching for signs of neglect since 2008.
3. Original owners of two of the horses attempt to rescue all four.
4. Dane County sheriff’s deputies return horses to Loeffelholz farm.
WHAT IS WRONG HERE? Lead animal services worker Pat Comfort said, “The legal process is a slow one, but it’s the process we have to follow.” This is ridiculous. These horses are going to die if not given proper care.
PLEASE contact County Executive Joe Parisi and Dane County Superintendent Jerry Bollig (District 31) to get these horses to safety.
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