Woodford Humane Society Celebrates 'Bone Appetit' At Darley

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Updated: 7/26/2013 8:04 pm
Darley's Gainsborough Stallion Complex went to the dogs and cats Friday.

The Woodford Humane Society's 'Bone Appetit Day' brought several hundred animal lovers to Versailles.

The breakfast and lunch included a silent auction.

Local restaurants donated food and drinks.

Businesses and groups showcased designer decorated horse stalls.

The shelter also brought out some of its dogs in need of a 'forever family.'

ABC 36 Evening Anchor Christine Winter emceed 'Bone Appetit Day.'

And the fun will continue Saturday night at Darley Farm with 'Freedom Fest.'

It includes a buffet dinner, auctions and music.

ABC 36 Evening Anchor Tom Kenny will emcee Freedom Fest.

Tickets are still available.

Click here for event details.

And call the Woodford Humane Society's Adoption Center at 859-873-5491 for ticket information.

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