The options are endless. Chances are, an animal lover could easily find some level of participation to fit any schedule, budget, or area of interest. Activities for families to work on together are also outlined, practically ensuring success for the program.
The family activities are particularly appealing. Thinking back to my childhood, I can easily identify from where my own love of fauna stems. The turtle in the creek behind the house, the many pets we had, the neighbor with the spider monkey, the babysitter with the raccoon, the bat and crow our family rehabilitated are all a part of early life. So, too, were the snakes, lizards, and tarantulas I collected a few years later, the family friend with a trained mountain lion "actor", the animals I tended on a ranch, and many other opportunities I had to interact with animals. Each animal left a lasting impression in my memory and on my heart. It's something my parents shared with me and something I share with my children, something you can share with yours. You get more than happy animals by working together -- you build a better world, strengthen relationships, and you create memories that last a lifetime.
I'm ready to ROAR. Are you?