Healing and Hope for Rescued Animals

By on January 27, 2011 with 0 Comments By Wayne Pacelle

This week, we had the directors of our five animal care centers at our headquarters, along with the head of our Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Field Services division.  A lot of our supporters hear about our puppy mill, factory farming, animal fighting, or seal hunting campaigns. Or they may hear about our emergency deployments or our Shelter Pet Project advertising campaign. 

But our dedicated staff at our animal care centers handle, heal, and release or adopt out thousands of animals a year — and it all adds up the largest network of hands-on animal care centers in the nation. 

Here’s a short video profile of our Fund for Animals Wildlife Center, narrated by its director Ali Crumpacker, and starring Hannah Shirley the hippo and many of our other wildlife friends who get a second chance thanks to your support.

Animal Rescue and Care, Companion Animals, Wildlife/Marine Mammals

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