SEAN MURPHY Associated Press EDMOND, Okla. (AP) — When Ken Friend learned a job transfer meant moving his family to California from the small farm they'd been living on in rural Oklahoma, he knew he'd have to find new homes for his animals. In addition to the four dogs Friend had adopted over the 14 years he and his wife lived in Tecumseh, they also had four horses who enjoyed free rein on 80 acres (32 hectares) of Oklahoma pasture. Friend managed to find homes for two of his dogs and gave away one of his riding horses, but he struggled to find a home for his longtime pal, a 28-year-old appendix quarter horse named Indigo. "That horse was my buddy," Friend said. "I rode him for years, and I just couldn't see giving him to anybody." After months of searching with no luck, Friend tur
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