Stopping by foster care farm in south Thurston County March 23rd Cross Creek Alpaca Rescue members Shari Bond and Jackie Glover attempt to herd a group of rescued Alpacas into a holding are to administer deworming medicine. They are from a group of around 35 alpacas which were seized in Thurston County last Friday as their owner had been in trouble for animal cruelty in Pierce County.
Stopping by foster care farm in south Thurston County March 23rd Cross Creek Alpaca Rescue members Shari Bond and Jackie Glover attempt to herd a group of rescued Alpacas into a holding are to administer deworming medicine. They are from a group of around 35 alpacas which were seized in Thurston County last Friday as their owner had been in trouble for animal cruelty in Pierce County. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Stopping by foster care farm in south Thurston County March 23rd Cross Creek Alpaca Rescue members Shari Bond and Jackie Glover attempt to herd a group of rescued Alpacas into a holding are to administer deworming medicine. They are from a group of around 35 alpacas which were seized in Thurston County last Friday as their owner had been in trouble for animal cruelty in Pierce County. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

33 emaciated alpacas seized from Thurston County property

March 23, 2016 05:57 PM

UPDATED March 24, 2016 02:25 PM

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