The story of a walking horse who lost both legs in an accident has taken on a life of its own, with a new home in an urban park.
The story of an accident that happened on a hot day in March in the backyard of a home in the town of La Verne, Colorado, led to the creation of an animal rescue organization.
The story caught the attention of the National Horse Foundation and the Colorado State University Animal Care and Control, which helped arrange the placement of a horse named “Buster” in a new enclosure.
Buster has a very special place in the hearts of many people, said Jeff Loeffler, the president and CEO of the organization.
He was able to find a home that was close to where he was at the time of the accident and in a safe location, he said.
The rescue group is now using the horse’s story to get more attention for the plight of horses and to promote horse care and care for animals.
Loeffle said it is a great honor for him to have the opportunity to rescue a horse that is not as famous as some other horse rescue organizations.
Loeser said it’s the most remarkable thing he’s ever done, and it’s something he will never forget.
The horse, Buster, is one of the most popular animals in the world.