ALPINE, Ariz.—Dyan Albers Lowey has made every effort lately to spend quality time with her horses on her small family ranch in Alpine, Arizona.
She says it’s good to be around live things these days, especially after being around so much death.
For Lowey, the unsolved killing of 36 Alpine wild horses on U.S. Forest Service land near her property is the stuff of nightmares.
Now, she wants answers and charges against the perpetrator(s) for animal cruelty.
Wild horse advocate Dyan Albers Lowey stands next to one of at least 15 Alpine wild horses found shot and killed in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests on Oct. 17, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)
“I am so mad someone took it upon themselves to get rid of them,” Lowey said….
Source: The Epoch Times