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Wed February 9, 2011
Seattle's horse patrol looking to public to pay for hay
Justice, Harvest, Charlie, Tiger, Blaze, Jet and Cody recently got a reprieve.
The horses are in Seattle Police Department's Mounted Patrol Unit. Budget cuts had threatened to eliminate their jobs. But the Seattle Police Foundation and the Seattle Hotel Association have pledged to pay for feeding, sheltering and caring for the working horses for three years.
The organizations have enough money to cover two years and are asking the public to pay for the rest. At the website, saveourhorses.net, you can make a donation.
Here's a video about the Mounted Patrol Unit produced by the Police Foundation: