September 23, 2012
I have been an intern here for almost a month and the last several weeks have been some of the most challenging and most rewarding moments I've had the opportunity to experience. I am continually amazed by the magnitude of dedication and commitment that each and every staff member reveals, no matter what the task at hand. It is because of them that this facility is so successful and the animals are genuinely content in their environments. Working at IEAS has allowed me to see first hand how animals that come from the most deplorable conditions and at first may seem to be beyond behavioral rehabilitation can, with the proper care and attention, recover from a lifetime of neglect, abuse, and exploitation. Thanks to the tireless staff, interns, and volunteers, many of the animals here have beaten the odds and learned to trust again. This second chance at a happy life is what makes IEAS such a remarkable sanctuary.
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