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Precious Life Animal Sanctuary

A safe home for animals who have suffered from cruelty and neglect

Emergency Work Party

Congratulations are due!

Rabbits
 

If you could not come to the work party but would like to help you can help defray the cost of materials and expenses:

Our worries of a volunteer turnout on Saturday, June 23, on short notice in a time of need, evaporated with those dedicated committed individuals who showed up. Their efforts, their skills, attention to detail and joyously working together made it possible to complete the task in one day. By reducing the size of the overhead netting, it will prevent the bobcat(s) from entering to decimate our rescued rabbit population.

This was not an easy task as much of the work was accomplished on ladders while reaching overhead in a warm temperature. Afterward, we all enjoyed each others' company over a vegan lunch.

Special thanks to Matt Chaney, Robin and Tom from the Tacoma Humane Society, Debra Knutson, John Mash, and our two faithful volunteers, Elaine and Ken, without whom we couldn't continue.

The conversation was extremely interesting since we had Jim Myers, Co-Founder of Animal Aid Unlimited Sanctuary in India along with members of his family who volunteered on the project. Animal Aid Unlimited is unsurpassed in what they have accomplished in India.

For the animals,
Ralph and and Caryl Turner


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Ken

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Precious Life Animal Sanctuary

On the outskirts of the City of Sequim, Washington, next to the Olympic National Forest and nearby Olympic National Park lies a hidden valley surrounded by forest, wildlife and views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca. This special place is Precious Life Animal Sanctuary established in 1999 to provide a safe home for animals who have suffered from cruelty and neglect. Learn more >