Henry, born around 1995, was a Work Mule and is one of the most abused equines ever rescued by Equine Advocates. In 1999, he was being auctioned off in New Holland (PA), one of the worst and most notorious slaughter auctions in the country. Henry’s halter was on so tight that it had become embedded in his skull and had to be surgically removed. He was beaten in the sales ring and had whip slashes all over his face. We believe that sometimes Henry still remembers the abuse, but we also think that he now feels pretty safe here at the sanctuary. Henry spends his days hanging out with his buddies in our “Comedy Central” pasture which includes three other rescued Amish Mules: Marilyn, Belle and Babe. Photo by Jim Craner
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