Linus was discovered severely neglected by his owners. He was living in a tool shed and it was estimated that he had not been out of that shed in nearly 5 years. There was no food or water in the shed and it was not known when the last time any was available. His hooves had been left to grow to 13 inches and every bone in his body was visible. He is MER's mascot now, and despite pemanently malformed legs from neglect, in good health and very happy.


At right, Linus shortly after his rescue and arrival at Mylestone. Below, a groomed and handsome fellow




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