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Volunteers from area Starbucks and Big Heart Ranch employees gather round Koa and Gracie, two rescued horses for which they built a new corral April 17. (Photos Submitted)
Starbucks employees help build a new home for the horses that lost their home to the Woolsey Fire.
Koa (left) and Gracie found their forever home with the new corral.
Abhinanda Datta, Interim Editor
7:22 am PDT April 22, 2019

As the Woolsey Fire raged across Malibu in November, many lost their homes, including two unconvential community servants.

Koa, a handsome stud, and Gracie, a majestic mare, have served the community with their services at Alo House in Malibu, soothing residents with severe addictions. The fire, hwoever, completely destroyed the property, rendering them homeless.

The nonprofit, Big Heart Ranch, swooped in to their rescue.