The Ohio SPCA Farm Sanctuary said Thursday it had enough hay to feed its animals for one more week.
The Circleville farm is the home to over 100 formerly abused animals.
Farm Director Teresa Landon said the summer drought dried up pastures the cows, horses, goats and sheep grazed on.
The SPCA was forced to pay to buy hay to feed the animals.
"We have been hit hard with high veterinary costs in recent months and the increase in grain and hay usage has only added to an emergency need for monetary support from the public," Landon said in a news release.
The SPCA is acccepting tax-deductible donations.
People who want to help can learn more by visiting www.ohiospca.org.
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