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August 23, 2011

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August 23, 2011

A beneficial organization to animals. The care is genuine and the education they provide to children and adults alike is well received.

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My children have enjoyed each and every experience that they have had visiting the sanctuary.

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August 22, 2011

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August 22, 2011

This peaceful sanctuary gives both unwanted farm animals and injured wild ducks and wild turkeys a fresh start. Organized by a DEM permitted wildlife rehabilitator, West Place has a constant influx of waterfowl and Eastern American wild turkeys, providing food, shelter, care and necessary medical attention. The animals are also utilized to educate the public, by appearing at festivals and Easter Egg hunts around the area. Animals of the sanctuary have been featured in various newspapers and the RI Bar Journal.

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The gratitude that is expressed by people that find injured animals and do not know what to do with them makes it worthwhile. They are so happy that an organization like this exists.

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The only way to make this sanctuary better is to make it bigger. More buildings and pastures would allow more animals to be rescued. Additional volunteers would be a great benefit!

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