ERIE, Pa. (AP) - A horse that was badly burned after someone set fire to it in northwestern Pennsylvania is headed for veterinary care in Ohio.
The Erie Times-News reports ( http://bit.ly/UsjWb8 ) the animal named Northstar is leaving Wednesday on a 210-mile trip to Ohio State University in Columbus.
State police say the 6-year-old quarterhorse was doused in fuel and set aflame in Athens Township over the weekend of Aug. 25. No arrests have been made.
Owner Bob Woodworth says Northstar doesn't seem like he's ready to give up.
Erie resident Jayne May has created the website www.helpnorthstar.com to solicit donations for his care.
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