Hay delivered to help neglected horses

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Clark County Animal Shelter

CLARK COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Clark County Animal Shelter got a welcome surprise from Robert Pritchett and Bargains on Broadway.

According to the Animal Shelter, Pritchett purchased and delivered 20 bales of hay to help feed the neglected horses they were caring for.

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The Clark County Animal Shelter expressed thanks on their Facebook Page and explained they still have a long road ahead as the case makes it’s way through the court system.

You can help by donating hay or by making a monetary donation to purchase hay on the Clark County Animal Shelter’s website.

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