#HumpDayWalkabouts are an opportunity for people on the
street to get up close and personal with Zebediah the camel and to increase
awareness of the work that Scatter Joy Acres does in Omaha.
He is a rather unusual fellow on the urban streets. As such, he draws attention wherever he goes. He happily poses for photos and selfies.
Zebediah is a one year old dromedary (one-hump) camel and resides at Scatter Joy Acres, a 26-acre ranch at 49th and Newport in Omaha. He and the ranch’s other animal residents provide animal therapy for developmentally disabled adults and children, veterans, seniors and at-risk youth. Most of the ranch’s 100+ residents are formerly abandoned or neglected animals.
Scatter Joy Acres is a part of Scatter Joy Acres, a 501c3. Scatter Joy Acres combined efforts address the needs of Omaha’s vulnerable citizens.
The ranch is also available for outings, birthdays, picnics, campouts, celebrations, team building and corporate outings.
Donations are always welcome and they help subsidize the costs of running the ranch and providing the therapy.
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For more information, contact Tim (402) 932-8197