After tornadoes slammed Oklahoma in late May and early June, Bob Faath, a “horse whisperer” from Jupiter Farms, heard a call for help from that far off state.
The tornadoes killed at least 18 people and also left about 300 horses dead. Many people were injured and left homeless and so were some 200 horses. Money was needed to help not just the humans but also the steeds.
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Where to donate
Tax deductible contributions for care of horses left injured and/or homeless by the Oklahoma tornadoes can be sent to: Oklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement Program, P.O. Box 96, Blanchard, Okla. 73010. The memo line on a check should read “Tornado horse relief.”