On April 22, Horse Hugs, a pet therapy organization, brought miniature horses to the Jordan Oaks senior living community in Cary. The visit was part of the ongoing pet therapy program at Jordan Oaks. Pictured are Gail Etheridge, a Horse Hugs volunteer, and Martha Shaffer, a resident. For some residents who grew up in rural areas, the horses offer a bit of nostalgia.
On April 22, Horse Hugs, a pet therapy organization, brought miniature horses to the Jordan Oaks senior living community in Cary. The visit was part of the ongoing pet therapy program at Jordan Oaks. Pictured are Gail Etheridge, a Horse Hugs volunteer, and Martha Shaffer, a resident. For some residents who grew up in rural areas, the horses offer a bit of nostalgia. Sandy Spooner Horse Hugs
On April 22, Horse Hugs, a pet therapy organization, brought miniature horses to the Jordan Oaks senior living community in Cary. The visit was part of the ongoing pet therapy program at Jordan Oaks. Pictured are Gail Etheridge, a Horse Hugs volunteer, and Martha Shaffer, a resident. For some residents who grew up in rural areas, the horses offer a bit of nostalgia. Sandy Spooner Horse Hugs

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