January 12, 2012
I have had the pleasure of going to the Wild Animal Sanctuary (Rocky Mountain Wildlife Conservation) for many years. To see the incredible care and love that the entire staff provide these beautiful animals is awe-inspiring. It is awesome how the animals come first, not the humans. It is easy to know the concern when you see how the habitats are designed and "furnished" with activities that enrich and protect them. Each species needs and enrichment are individually designed as well as the "special needs" animals. One of my favorite stories was about a tiger in the round house facility. He had gotten old and unable to get into his water tank to play, so they got him a lower one, so he could still have his own hot tub. I watched him hanging out in it. That is what they deserve, to be able to live their lives in peace and in a beautiful setting. I am so glad to have had the honor of talking to Pat Craig and the other staff. They deserve all the accolades and support possible. Kathleen Eccles
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