Far right, Mona Jerome of Ever After Mustang Rescue explains why Jazz, right, needs a permanent shelter where he can live and graze. Since he’s blind, he can’t graze in the larger fields and every day needs to be led out of and back to his stall. A special friend, a mule named Grant, has watched over Jazz since he was first surrendered to the rescue in the early 2000s. (Molly Lovell-Keely photos) 5p1.jpg