HALIFAX – Located in picturesque Seaforth, N.S., Hope for Wildlife has been helping injured and orphaned animals for the past 17 years. Since 1997, the society has helped more than 20,000 animals and over 250 species. Much of the work is done in the barn, which has seen better days.
“Because of the general condition, and because we’ve gotten so busy all year round now, this barn doesn’t work well” says Hope Swinimer, founder of Hope for Wildlife.
The barn is home to hundreds of animals at a time, many of which are new arrivals.
“There’s not a whole lot of space and we still have a lot more babies to come, like it looks crowded now, but theres only going to be more in a few weeks time” says Meaghen Tobin, Intern with Hope for Wildlife.
One of the biggest problems with the barn is the fact Hope for…
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