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By ALICE MANNETTE
he Hutchinson News 

A Kansas farm is giving second chances to abused animals

 

November 1, 2019



HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Like Dr. Dolittle, Lisa Loyd seems to know exactly how to communicate with her rescue animals and make them feel safe and secure — even after they've endured years of abuse.

Along with more than 100 animals, two kids and her husband, Dustin, Lisa lives off a dirt road on 30 acres of land. The family calls home a 1919 two-story, dusty-white clapboard house, while the animals have a few barns and lots of paddocks. Lisa, along with her family, takes care of rescue animals from horses to pigs and goats to dogs and cats. She's even brought in a rescued llama, a turkey...



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