Ziggy Nov 29th
Ziggy, November 29, 2002
Update: December 20
Update: March 25, 2003 – Ziggy finds a home
This picture was taken six weeks after he was removed from his owner. Now comes the rebuilding of the muscles through exercise in the round pen.
Who made the difference? Who fought for Ziggy’s life? Who cared enough to take a starving horse and turn him to a perfect guy?
Those of you who sent in donations, who are the members of Habitat for Horses. We did this together. That’s the power of our community of true horse people.
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