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An anti-animal cruelty group has offered a $1,000 reward in connection with the alleged abandonment of a horse and a pony found thin and infested with ticks in a rural area Sunday in Monterey County, a spokesman said. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Monterey County received a report Sunday of two horses wandering on Leafwood Road off of Paradise Road in the census-designated place of Prunedale, eight miles north of Salinas, said Beth Brookhouser, spokeswoman for the chapter.
“They were loose and not in a corral or pasture,” Brookhouser said. “Nobody in the area recognized them.” The horses, a 20-year-old bay gelding and a seven-year-old palomino mare, both were thin and suffering from tick infestation and poor dental health, Brookhouser said. “They could have walked a long way or someone drove them there and abandoned them,” Brookhouser said. “Someone probably abandoned them.”
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