QUOTE (mckulley1 @ Mar 5 2012, 04:27 AM)
Well, if she's as well off as everyone says she is, then I pray my tax dollars aren't going to the euthanizing and hole digging for horses she knew needed to be euthanized but didn't do it...and then gets to "select" 63 to bring home after not having to feed them for the last, what, two years?
I'm all for correct methods of doing things and totally against illegal seizure of property but I also see a lot wrong with how she's being rewarded.
There were 6 older mares that were euthanized, that she agreed to have euthanized before any were seized. they were euthanized before the seizure took place (2 weeks prior I beleive it was). It can be hard to make that decision to pull the plug on a loved one. I know I have had to make that choice.. not only for pets, but also to remove my grandfather from life support. It's not an easy decision at all, and in many cases, people do tend to prolong it, hoping that they will get better.