My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Panther Ridge Conservation Center, Wellington, FL, USA
Panther Ridge is a rescue / retirement home for big cats. I visited Panther Ridge several times before becoming a volunteer there. I learned about the animals and their history, as well as their ailments. As an amateur photographer, I've arranged several outings for a local group of over 800 members to Panther Ridge.
The one thing I have noticed about Panther Ridge is how clean all the habitats are. I have never seen a sanctuary this clean. The enclosures are cleaned daily by use of a lock-out. The animals are fed in their lock-out while trained volunteers can go in and clean. The next thing you notice is how happy the animals are. There is a true love bond between the owner and the animals and with the volunteers. You know you've made it into their heart, when a cougar chirps as you approach the habitat.
The animals have enrichment toys that always draws laughter from visitors. I consider it a true honor to volunteer there.
Would you volunteer for this group again?
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Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
It taught me a lot of big cats, and how they communicate.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
You cannot put a price on the experience. When you are in proximity of these amazing animals, you cannot help but to feel great.
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