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the responsibility of every human being to aspire to do something worthwhile, to make the world a better place than the one he found. Life is a gift, and if we agree to accept it, we must contribute in return. When we fail to contribute, we fail to adequately answer why we are here.
Albert Einstein

Life in the country is wonderful.I am Schatzi, was lost in a driving Florida downpour, rescued, and found a wonderful home. Please support Everglades Eden.
It's feeding timeI am well taken care of and feel safe here.
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Mission 1: Offer a sanctuary to animals in need of a safe home.

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Here's my idea of the Miami sanctuary for our animal friends who need a home and live in peace.

The sanctuary consists of an enclosed area of several acres where we keep the animals in a colony and where they are taken care of and not bother people and the native wildlife.

Initially, we will concentrate on dogs, cats, and birds. As our resources grow, we will also welcome other animals such as horses and small critters to the sanctuary.

Solid structures protect the animals against severe weather like hurricanes and predators. The inside will contain housing for protection against inclement weather and offer a green habitat for the enjoyment of the animals. We will also grow and sell tropical plants to help defray operating expenses.

I will share with you here the developing plan. Please stand by. Send me your email address and I'll keep you posted.

Your thoughts? I welcome your ideas and support.

Please call me at 305-600-4655 or email. Heinz Dinter, PhD

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• Cats Need Help

• Dear Neighbor

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The greatness of a nation
and its moral progress
can be judged
by the way its animals
are treated.
Mahatma Gandhi