For the past two weeks, residents in the area of Highway 44 near Agnes and Clarkwood have been keeping an eye on a horse that they say was left tied up with no food or water.Those concerned citizens are tired of seeing the horse there with no water or shade. They've started giving him water daily, and two of them have also contacted Animal Control."I just felt sorry for the horse," Nona Walker said. "You can tell he was very thirsty, and he just hugs the fence to get some sort of shade. I just felt bad."Animal Control left a note for the homeowner.The good samaritans said they will continue to give the horse water everyday until its living conditions improve.