Act of Kindness gift for Richmond Wildlife Center
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Can you imagine providing medical care to a hummingbird, operating on a baby turtle's eye, nursing a snake back to health?
This kind of life-saving healthcare happens every day at The Richmond Wildlife Center. It's a gem unlike any other animal treatment facility in our area.
A lot of abandoned exotic pets end up here. I got to see a South African spurred tortoise named Beau, who can live a hundred years! He got dumped in Virginia and is now the center's mascot.
The Richmond Wildlife Center is desperately in need of your support to keep going. So, a Henrico man who took an injured bird there to be rehabilitated returns with an Acts Of Kindness surprise!
If you want to help, visit the Richmond Wildlife Center gofundme page.
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