One Midwest group of animal lovers regularly tour around the shelters of the area on the look out for unwanted four-legged friends. They are looking for suitable cat candidates they can take back and rehabilitate in their own sanctuary. But when the rescuers visited one particular pound in mid-2017, the pitiable sight they saw there broke their hearts. There was an abandoned tom cat who loomed so large in its little kennel, that the only thing the poor moggie could move was its eyes – and they seemed to be crying for help.
The Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue is based in the city of Mandan in North Dakota. The animal welfare organization functions on a not-for-profit basis. Founded in 2007, the charity’s main mission is to care for mini equine breeds that have suffered abuse or neglect in their lives.
However, horses aren’t the only animals with four legs who benefit from Triple H’s work. That’s because the organization also runs a project called Kitty City. Since 2016, the charity has provided room for this sanctuary for felines that have fallen on hard times and are looking to find a “forever” home.