In Cincinnati, Ohio, an animal hospital has stepped forward and offered to help any police horses from the Cleveland Police Mounted Unit injured during the weekend protests. The Animal Eye Institute will treat horses suffering from eye injuries.
“We aren’t in any way going to get political here, but if any police horses have eye injuries from protests from Columbus down to Lexington, we will treat them for free. Just call the office or send us an email. The big gentle giants don’t deserve to be hurt,” the organization posted on their Facebook page.
Demonstrators have taken to the streets across the nation in response to the death of George Floyd who died on Monday while in the custody of Minneapolis police officers.
Photos and videos were shown on Twitter and news stations of protesters throwing objects at mounted police officers – hitting the horses in the faces. The Cincinnati area has seen violence as protesters threw bottles and rocks at police.
It is not known if any of the horses have been injured, but the Animal Eye Institute asked officers to reach out to them if the horses needed any help.
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