Saturday, 5 January 2013

World Wide Animals

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Blizzard is a white Bengal tiger.  In December 1998, he came to Peace River Refuge & Ranch at the age of three months.  He had been severely beaten by his former owner, and was absolutely terrified of people – especially men.
It has taken many long years of loving care to encourage Blizzard to accept our attention, and he may never completely recover from the emotional damage that was done when he was so small.  He is still mistrustful of men.
He is now over 550 pounds and is learning that we are here to give him love and care, and best of all…food!  He is learning that he isn’t expected to do anything to make us happy – he can just be a tiger and live out the rest of his life in peace at the sanctuary.
Timber” is a 4 year old timber wolf who has been living in Illinois. She lives alone on an individual’s property and urgently needs lifetime care and a friend.
Her owner’s health is failing and the woman is concerned that Timber will be destroyed if her health continues to decline – and of course a solitary wolf is a very sad and lonely animal.
Peace River Refuge & Ranch / Forest Animal Rescue has agreed to provide Timber with lifetime care and she will have a wonderful companion – Eclipse, a rescued wolf hybrid who recently lost his companion. They will both benefit from the new friendship!
The last thing we really need to be doing is taking in another
animal while we are scrambling to build and move the sanctuary, but this one is worth it. This rescue will benefit both the wolf being rescued and  also  Eclipse, our wolf hybrid, who recently found himself alone when his companion Gracie passed away. His mournful howling to find another companion is about to end – soon he will be howling along with Timber to announce their friendship!
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
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World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals
World Wide Animals

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