"By the time we got them all rescued, it was between two and three in the morning," Jett-Chasteen said. She and her husband stayed up all night to watch over the horses, as the couple had no fencing to keep them from wandering off the property.
Now back in the barn, Jett-Chasteen said neighbors have offered to take in the horses in case it floods again. Safe Haven has also received a number of "mysterious" donations of hay and feed to replace what was lost in the flood, she said.
"We were trying to figure out how we're going to do all this," Jett-Chasteen said of replacing the feed that was bought three days prior to the flood. "I think [it's] awesome that the community's helped out."
Victory said steady rains should end by Monday evening, followed by dry conditions for the rest of the week.
"There might be just a chance of a little light snow," Victory said. "We're looking pretty good for the rest of the week."
Staff writer David Gutman contributed to this report. The Associate Press contributed to this report.
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