Claudia Steiger and her partner looked after the horses confiscated in the Heffenhoven case. In the video, she explains what kind of damage the animals have suffered – and how to treat it.
When was the last time you went on vacation?
Your last day off?
Sometime in 2006.
The lawyer runs an animal protection organization. She makes her farm available to livestock in need. Animals that cannot be placed in a private space are allowed to spend their lives there. Working with animals requires not only a lot of energy and time, but also money: a horse costs about 560 francs a month.
Five horses confiscated in the Heffenhoven case also found a new home here, and others from this case were placed in private homes. They have now recovered well. The mare will still react very sensitively if you want to touch her legs.
Others show intermittent phases of intense stress, during which they react anxiously and withdraw. However, the periods of such sequences are getting bigger and bigger. Learn more in the video above.
You can find out more at Foundation for Animals in Need website And across Facebook.
The Arbonne District Court announced the verdict in the Hefenhofen TG animal cruelty case on Tuesday. The accused farmer, whose farm was vacated in August 2017 due to disastrous conditions, faces a prison sentence of six years and four months.
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