After being seized by the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service in July, 23 horses are now in the process of being placed in homes.
The horses were seized in July after it was determined that they were at risk. SCRAPS reported that the animals were in poor body condition after they responded to complaints from neighbors stating that horses looked like walking skeletons.
Currently, nine of the horses have been placed in homes through foster care and animal rescues, while three of them have been returned to their original owners. The 14 remaining horses, including mares and geldings, are now available for adoption through SCRAPS.