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Kuzco, August 2007 Kuzco, October 2007

Kuzco came into our rescue program on July 31, 2007, along with 43 other horses that were severely neglected and starved from the Forest Park & Spencer, Oklahoma area. We were called by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, Forest Park Police Department and Spencer Police Department to assist in the seizure of the 44 horses. Kuzco is a cute, chestnut, yearling, Arabian, Colt. Kuzco is a small boy. He was found in a stall that he was knee deep in his own feces, urine and mud. Officials had to use a shovel to clean it up in order to get the stall door open. You could clearly tell that Kuzco had not been outside of that stall in a very long time. Kuzco is a sweet boy, but unsure of people. He has not been handled before arrival. Kuzco had upper respiratory that lead into strangles, he was infested with parasites and never received proper hoof trimming. Kuzco is searching for his forever, loving home to call his own. Kuzco has a current negative coggins, up to date on vaccinations, deworming and hoof maintenance. Kuzco will be gelded before leaving to his adopted home.

Kuzco has been adopted to a wonderful family in Harrah, Oklahoma. Kuzco is going to be spoiled rotten and extremely well loved. He joins one of our former rescues, Moses at his new forever, loving home.

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