April 23, 2012
Amanda Lollar and all of Bat World Sanctuary have had to fight a long, hard fight to be able to give much needed care to one of nature's most misunderstood creatures. They have NEVER turned their backs on a sick, injured or mistreated bat no matter the cost. That cost has been great, from the tremendous financial burden to the complete selfless existance that becomes the norm in giving the highly specialized care necessary to provide medical attention and emotional support for the many patients and permanent residents at the sanctuary. My incredible journey to understanding and learning to care for these animals began in 2008 when someone gave me a baby bat they had found. I was directed to Bat World Sanctuary and they have been at my side ready to assist and patiently teach me ever since. The experience has been life-changing for me and I am a better person because of it! Thank you from the depths of my heart Amanda, Kate, Dottie and everyone else that works with Bat World Sanctuary!
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