Harriett - (foaled 3/8/2000?) Harriett was an "auction interception" in January 2022, when the broker pulled the staff from Omega Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation aside and told them that he had a draft work mule that was too nice and sweet to go to auction and asked if they would be interested in paying her bail. Harriett was sent to auction because of her age and the fact that the Amish have plenty of younger stock needing a job. Because female mules (mollies) cannot reproduce, they are of no use unless they are working. CTR adopted Harriett from Omega in March 2022 because we needed another large, gentle animal for our veterans programming. Not only is Harriett gentle and kind, but mules are known for their longevity and dedication to service. She is also known for "blepping" and awesome slobbers!