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.
More than 50 being prepared for adoption at Center Valley in Quilcene QUILCENE — The Jefferson County District Court has approved the forfeiture and transfer of ownership of more than 50 animals seized in an alleged animal abuse case to Center Valley Animal Rescue.
Majority taken to Center Valley Animal Rescue in Quilcene QUILCENE — More than 50 animals have been seized and placed in the care of Center Valley Animal Rescue following a case in which Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies suspect animal neglect.
While the rest of the state has been coping with the impacts of the coronavirus, the Center Valley Animal Rescue of Quilcene has been helping treat a highly contagious viral disease of its own, except its patients have been rabbits rather than humans.