When officials found Ghost, a blind horse abandoned on the side of the road, they decided to send him to jail.
He didn't break the law. They took him there because the jail has its own on-site animal rescue center, operated by a group of enthusiastic inmates who are making most out of their time behind bars. For the next eight years of his life, Ghost received the care and affection he deserved.
Recently, CNN's Great Big Story got an inside look at the rescue facility unlike any other in the United States.