Michelle Feldstein provide special accommodations for a blind horse. Feldstein does have a shelter animal. At his home in Montana has cat, llama, and ducks. Now there are new residents, Sissy, 15 year old blind horse.
" Sissy comes with five goats and five sheep. It is they who take care of Sissy, " said Feldstein. Goats and sheep guards were never far from the side of the horse. They never leave Sissy alone. They guide Sissy to place food and water, and direct him to the stables when the storm snow falls.
" They showed to Sissy in which the water and among Sissy and to let Sissy know that the fence in front of Sissy, there is fence, " said Feldstein, who stated very impressed by the attention from the ten animals.
Feldstein collect the animals that are not desired by the owner. She and her husband, a retired editor of Mad magazine, in a year to spend funds up to 50,000 U.S. dollars, or IDR 428 million to maintain the animals were neglected. Currently there are 200 different types of animals that they keep