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“Ever since accepting the director position at FVHA almost a year ago, I have been asked numerous times what made me decide to leave private practice to work for a nonprofit animal rescue. My standard answer has been, “To pursue a higher purpose in life”. When the opportunity to work for FVHA in a leadership position presented itself, it was an opportunity that I felt a needed to try.”
– Dr. Jim Ziegler
“Alouette came into us as a stray back in the beginning of January of this year. It was clear she had a severe tail wound and injury to her back end. Upon examination, our vets found her pelvis to be fractured and the wound on her tail was extremely infected. Due to her pain and fear level, it was uncertain whether or not she was feral."
– Ren Luoma