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Baby Shower and Supply Drive at Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida
Spring is in the air and that means newborn babies at the Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida.
The sanctuary celebrated with it's annual Baby Shower and Supply Drive Saturday.
The wildlife center cares for injured and orphaned animals and relies mainly on donations.
On average the sanctuary houses and rehabilitates over 4,000 animals every year.
In addition to supplies, workers say the organization also needs good volunteers this time of year.
"We utilize the majority of our volunteers during the baby season because it's just so overwhelming when you have animals that have to be fed every hour for about fifteen hours a day," said Dorothy Kaufmann.
Didn't make it out to the event but still want donate?
The facility is always in need of things like paper towels, bleach, peanut butter, frozen berries and sweet potatoes.