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Review of Bat World Sanctuary by J1967

Fri, 2013-12-27 17:53
5 stars. BWS does amazing work with bats. She specializes in rehabbing and taking care of fruit and insectivorous bats. Bats that are releasable are released to live their lives. I've been following BWC for years and can't quite understand what reviewer Mary C is talking about. Every time she posts something it's the same old stuff--none of which is true. The fact is Cummins lost a $6.1 million...

Review of The Wild Animal Sanctuary by happycampergail

Fri, 2013-12-27 17:38
5 stars. I first visited the Sanctuary in Sept. 2013 with my husband. It absolutely brought joy and tears to my eyes. I have a Denver Zoo membership. I still go to the zoo, but it will never have that lure that it had for me in the past. If it had not been for the sanctuary, I would never have known why the animals pace back and forth. We then visited the following week with my 83 year old moth...

Review of ANIMAL ADVOCATES by Steven H

Fri, 2013-12-27 17:16
5 stars. I fully support this organization and all they do for wildlife.

Review of Genesis Zoological Center Inc by mjtuminello

Fri, 2013-12-27 16:50
5 stars. Considering the small amount of donations that this organization takes in, they do an incredible job. I have been donating to them for a few years and they have no payed employees, all volunteer staff. All of your donations go to the animals.

Review of Gospel for Asia, Inc. by ReneeJ

Fri, 2013-12-27 16:27
5 stars. We became acquainted with Gospel for Asia through K.P. Yohannan's book "Revolution in World Missions" and have supported this organization for several years now. We have been very impressed by their communication about the national missionaries we support, as well as the impact that this organization has for Christ in India. They have a passion to reach souls for Christ in the most eff...

Review of Bat World Sanctuary by Mary.C

Fri, 2013-12-27 16:16
1 stars. Bat World Sanctuary lost their USDA permit because they violated the Animal Welfare Act. The main veterinarian for USDA stated they caused bats "pain, suffering and death." They were reprimanded by Texas Parks & Wildlife for improper behavior, not having proper permits. TPWD stated they are not bat experts. Search Google and you will see the letters from the USDA, Texas Parks & Wildlif...