From orphaned otters to rescued rabbits, animals find refuge at the Olympic Peninsula sanctuary. #k5evening
Dozens of malnourished pigs in a barren field in Oregon were rescued by the local sheriff and distributed to animal rescue and sanctuary organizations for care, including Center Valley Animal Rescue.
A coyote was released back into the wild by Center Valley Animal Rescue’s staff after it crashed through a window at Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend.
What started with one woman and a handful of friends networking to foster neglected and abused animals has grown into 20 years, 32 acres, and countless saved lives.
After five-and-a-half months of rehabilitation at Center Valley Animal Rescue, two young otters finally returned to their home on the shores of Puget Sound Saturday.
Although the Voice has previously published articles on Center Valley Animal Rescue (CVAR), it’s such a wonderful organization with so many innovative things happening that it’s time for an update. First, here’s a brief history.
A local animal rescue has seen a huge uptick in pet adoptions and rescues as folks continue to work from home during the pandemic. “Oh, it’s been insane,” said Sara Penhallegon of the Center Valley Animal Rescue. “There’s been a huge rise; it’s been more adoptions than we’ve ever seen before.”
A neglected pair of horses in need of medical attention were removed from a private residence between Kalaloch Ridge and Clearwater Road recently and taken to Center Valley Animal Rescue by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
Staff members rehab lost animal, send to Texas zoo QUILCENE — A cougar checked itself into the Center Valley Animal Rescue for care.