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Updated: 01/11/2018 08:30:01AM

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By Robin Jenkins, DVM

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The rehabbers at Peace River Wildlife Center did an amazing job in 2017. They treated 2,443 injured, ill, or orphaned wild animals — another record for patient intake. Thanks to the support of the community, PRWC has been able to hire a few more part-time employees to help with patient care, but we still rely on our army of volunteers to get us through the day.

The rehabbers are tasked with managing the care of the patients and residents at PRWC. They spend their days tending to the weak and broken. Is it any wonder that their compassion does not extend to people? At least not to me. I’m pretty sure they are trying to get me killed. They often send me on rescues or releases into dubious conditions.

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