Local non-profit helps horses find forever homes
CARROLL COUNTY, Tenn.–“Horses are just calming, they’re good for the soul,” said Crystal McCall, owner of Haunted Hollow Horse Rescue.
“You could have the worst day ever and like horses and it’s just a complete mood change,” said McCall.
For the last year, she’s made her passion for horses become a reality at Haunted Hollow Horse Rescue in Yuma.
A non-profit to rescue and rehabilitate horses in need.
“A lot of them are untrained, some of them are deemed mean horses,” said McCall.
Last year, according to American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 80,000 American horses were taken across borders to be slaughtered.
McCall aims to stop this epidemic.
“With slaughter auction they get shipped to Canada and Mexico for slaughter,” said McCall.
She and her family run the organization out of their own pockets, saving 16 horses, hoping to find them forever homes.
“They all deserve a good life, and a chance at life,” McCall said.
To donate to Haunted House Horse Rescue click here https://www.facebook.com/HauntedHollowHorseRescue/