Beth DeCaprio, founder and executive director of The Grace Foundation stands with three horses they were caring for at their El Dorado Hills facility. The foundation was formally evicted Nov. 20 from a private ranch after losing its insurance, according to DeCaprio. After that, 91 horses, along with several goats, chickens and pigs, were placed in the protective custody of El Dorado County Animal Services. So far, more than 40 horses and all the other livestock have been placed, or are in the process of being adopted. There are 48 horses still available for adoption.
Beth DeCaprio, founder and executive director of The Grace Foundation stands with three horses they were caring for at their El Dorado Hills facility. The foundation was formally evicted Nov. 20 from a private ranch after losing its insurance, according to DeCaprio. After that, 91 horses, along with several goats, chickens and pigs, were placed in the protective custody of El Dorado County Animal Services. So far, more than 40 horses and all the other livestock have been placed, or are in the process of being adopted. There are 48 horses still available for adoption. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Beth DeCaprio, founder and executive director of The Grace Foundation stands with three horses they were caring for at their El Dorado Hills facility. The foundation was formally evicted Nov. 20 from a private ranch after losing its insurance, according to DeCaprio. After that, 91 horses, along with several goats, chickens and pigs, were placed in the protective custody of El Dorado County Animal Services. So far, more than 40 horses and all the other livestock have been placed, or are in the process of being adopted. There are 48 horses still available for adoption. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

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February 11, 2015 9:07 AM

El Dorado County seeks homes for 48 horses in protective custody

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