Clean Up Wildlife In Your Community

September 5, 2014

Waste and trash buildup that is left around can not only be very unattractive for the community, it is also hazardous to wildlife. So what can you do to solve this problem; cleaning up the trash, while at the same time making sure that these animals are cared for? You and your community working together can solve this issue. Imagine if you combined your efforts with your community and organized weekend trash cleanups for the roadsides, parks, and forests.
This solution would bring about a positive ripple effect, and you would see less injured animals, less trash that could harm the wildlife, and more people working to get this done. By doing this you will also make citizens aware of your animal shelter, and this in turn will bring you more business.
As an animal shelter, you can help the community to understand that wildlife matters too, and that it’s not just about animals in the shelter that were disowned. It would really be a great help if communities and shelters teamed up and took responsibility for fixing this issue. Advertise awareness for all, and encourage your community to make reports when they see stray animals on the roads. This is a big step in the right direction.

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