|Dr. Shillito greets his patient,|
Nigel, the world's best dog!
SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T
IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT AN ANIMAL IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
PLEASE CALL ANIMAL CONTROL,
OUR OFFICERS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP 24/7
Friday, August 29, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
Washington Animal Rescue League's Caring Kids Campers are compassionate about All animals. When Brooke attended our All About Animals Camp earlier this month, she mentioned that she volunteers with horses. A few weeks later she was rescuing orphaned baby squirrels. The squirrels fell from a nest; It was believed that the mom died and the babies, starting to squirm out of the nest, were hungry. They were taken to Second Chance Wildlife Center in Gaithersburg, Maryland. For assistance with injured and orphaned wildlife in the District of Columbia contact, City Wildlife at (202) 882-1000. Both organizations recommend NOT rescuing animals if they don't need rescuing. To learn more about wildlife explore Second Chance and City Wildlife websites at www.scwc.org and www.citywildlife.org.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
It may not be raining cats and dogs, but there is a flood in our parking lot. Nigel stopped to contemplate the best way to cross the WARL River! I'm hoping that there is not another newly created body of water in my basement!
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Getting a picture like this, in the all-staff inbox, with a simple email that reads, "Hi good folks at WARL. I adopted Montana, now named MOOSE, last year. Can't imagine life without her. Thank you!" If Moose could write, her email might say, I was adopted into a wonderful home last year. Can't imagine like without my person! Thanks!