Horses rescued a decade ago in Pennsylvania still need ‘families who will love them’

Though nine horses have been “well taken care of,” a Pennsylvania humane society still wants to find them homes.

The horses need “families who will love them and give them the care and space they need to thrive,” the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area wrote in a Facebook post.

These Morgan horses were rescued from cruelty over a decade ago, the humane society wrote.

The horses are between 11 and 17 years old with diverse personalities, according to the adoption application. The cost to adopt one was not available.

Jack, 11, “is silly and curious. He loves other horses but will need skilled owners who understand his needs. He has never been ridden, only pasture boarded,” according to the Facebook post.

Jack is 11 and has never been ridden.
Jack is 11 and has never been ridden.

“Poppy can be ridden and is very friendly, and an easy keeper,” the humane society wrote about the 12-year-old horse.

Poppy is 12 years old.
Poppy is 12 years old.

One of the horses was pregnant when she was rescued over a decade ago, according to the post.

“Sunshine was pregnant when she came to us,” the humane society wrote about the 17-year-old horse. “She is an easy keeper who can resist handling at times, but is generally easygoing and just needs a place to spend her days.”

Penny (Sunshine) is described as an easygoing mare.
Penny (Sunshine) is described as an easygoing mare.

Harrisburg is about 100 miles northwest of Philadelphia.