Four parade horses still in need of homes
NEW ORLEANS- Volunteers from the Humane Society of Louisiana have been working for the past week and a half, to help find homes for the 20 horses that appeared in this year's Carnival parades.
According to a release, the group was able to place 16 of the horses.
"We are hoping that we will get a few more applications this weekend, so we can successfully close the books on this year's Carnival season, at least as it pertains to the parade horses and their adoptions," says Jeff Dorson, HSL Director.
Some of the horses still seeking adoption are Corona, Royale, Pinot, and Flaka. Photos and information can be found on the Humane Society's Facebook page.
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