Horse Was Peacefully Grazing When A Monster Killed Her With A Bow And Arrow
While grazing in a pasture in Barre, Vermont a 23-year-old Quarter horse was killed with a bow and arrow. The Independent reported that the horse, named Bunny was killed between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. An arrow had pierced her rib cage, and she slowly bled to death. According to Police Chief Tim Bombardier, the act was intentional.
He said no one would be out bow hunting at that time of night. And since Bunny weighed 1,200 pounds, there was no possibility she could have been mistaken for a deer. Regan Howard, Bunny’s owner, was understandably devastated. Howard said Bunny had been a part of their family for 15 years and was her daughter’s first horse. There is a reward being offered.
Take a look at this poor darling
Authorities are asking for the public to help find the person responsible by calling at 802-476-6613 or by submitting a tip online at http://vsp.vermont.gov/tipsubmit. The culprit faces charges of felony unlawful mischief and aggravated cruelty to a domestic animal. Share away, people.
[h/t Pet Rescue Report]