Middle East

Mar 18, 2013

Starving, suffering horses a casualty of Egypt’s revolution

Student journalist Michelle Slater talks to Australian vet Dr Judith Mulholland, who has been working in Cairo, about the horses and cats that are the unseen victims of Egypt's political struggles.

Judith Mulholland with mare Asfoora, found emaciated on the streets of Cairo (Pic: Marte Kjoell)

Civil unrest in Egypt is not only affecting its people — working horses, donkeys and camels are often neglected, badly injured or simply left to die.

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