(Updated 12:16 p.m.) - SCRAPS called it the worst case of hooved animal cruelty it's ever seen. 95 animals were pulled from a farm near Elk last week from deplorable conditions. Many of them were emaciated.
SCRAPS says it's overwhelmed with the amount of support it's seen from the community following the rescue of these animals. SCRAPS Development Coordinator Jackie Bell says people have donated money, supplies and that many are now adopting the animals and providing them a new home.
All of the goats and sheep rescued in the seizure. SCRAPS director, Nancy Hill says six horses and seven llamas still need homes. As of right now, they have two Arab mares, three quarter horse mares, and one quarter horse gelding. All the remaining llamas are females.
The adoption fee for a horse is $125 and for a llama is $50. If you're interested in adopting these animals, go to SCRAPS at 2521 N. Flora Road in Spokane Valley to fill out an adoption application. The shelter is open between noon and 5:30.