NEW YORK - A trio of lambs from a Hudson Valley farm are visiting St. Patrick's Old Cathedral for a munch worthy stay.
They're helping tidy up the 19th century church in Lower Manhattan over the next two months by grazing on the weeds that grow all over the surrounding cemetery and yards.
"Every year we partner with a different farm. This is a tradition that started four years ago. We gave them biblical names the first two years, and last year we named them after some of the streets; Elizabeth, Mott, and Mullberry. And this year, Huey, Dewey, and Louie," said Tommy Wilkinson of Tommy's New York.
The animals are visible to the public from a distance in the streets around St. Patrick's Old Cathedral.
Or if you'd rather get up close, you can book a tour of the grounds.
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