“It was very sad that the horse was dead, but you had to take care of the one that was alive,” Bush said. “We didn’t give anything else much thought: The house can be rebuilt. We can buy cars again, and we can buy more hay. But with Cajun, that’s a living, breathing thing, and he can’t be replaced.”
The Animal Rescue League of Boston helped to rescue Cajun in the aftermath of the tornadoes in western MA, and transported him to Tufts Hospital for Large Animals.
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