NEENAH, Wis. – The J&R Aquatic Animal Rescue (JRAAR) has accomplished 11 occasions this 12 months, taken in additional than 900 animals, and is already planning its subsequent spherical of unique pet surrenders in 2023.
In accordance to a information launch, some areas haven’t any rehoming choices for unique animals reminiscent of fish, birds, and reptiles. Some pet house owners unable to care for his or her pets might imagine that releasing the animal is the appropriate factor; nevertheless, releasing a pet is dangerous to the animal and the surroundings.
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“These occasions are so vital for the neighborhood,” stated JRAAR founder John Moyles. “There aren’t numerous assets on the market for unique pets, and we’re lucky to be ready to assist.”
JRAAR has obtained numerous surrendered animals, together with fish, birds, small mammals, and reptiles like an American alligator and an 8-foot-long Burmese python.
JRAAR is planning its subsequent spherical of unique pet give up occasions for 2023. 18 occasions are being deliberate; if you’re occupied with studying extra about JRAAR, go to the JRAAR webpage.