Humans are no longer the only victims of the foreclosure crisis — it’s affecting animals too. According to Debbie Beye-Barwick, who operates the F.R.I.E.N.D.S. horse rescue facility in Pembroke Pines, she has taken in seven new horses in the last 10 days, largely from people who owned horses but had their homes foreclosed. “People are having to move, or their homes are being foreclosed,” she said. “They don’t have the money to feed the kids, make their car payments or cover their car expenses. so the hobby of the hostess is really getting cast aside.” See more in the video above.