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WARM SPRINGS, OR -- Dozens of wild mustang horses are stranded and starving on the Warm Springs Reservation, trapped by deep snow and fallen trees. OregonLive reports at least four of the horses have died, and many more are suffering.

 

Redmond-based Mustang MEND and Central Oregon Equine Rescue are working to get hay to the horses, where possible, and are asking for cash and feed donations. They plan to buy 25 to 30 tons of alfalfa to help keep the horses fed until the snow melts, at a cost of roughly $7,500.

 

Contact Mustang MEND to make a donation, or click HERE to donate via PayPal.

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