Thich Nhat Hanh
Oct 11, 2011-- Raymund Wee, a former flight stewart and pet groomer, sold his Singapore-based business and used the proceeds to establish Noah's Ark CARES. What began as a place of refuge for a couple hundred animals grew by leaps and bounds after a severe flood a few years back, and soon the haven was so full of three legged, one-eyed, emotionally wounded dogs and cats that he was forced to move the entire ark to Johor where more affordable land is available. Today, more than 1,200 cats, dogs, rabbits and horses live at the sanctuary. Raymund, affectionately known as Uncle Raymund, lives at the sanctuary and is joined by an astounding group of volunteers who see to it that every animal is cared for. And here's the jaw dropper: the animals here are free roaming. They amble over several acres and are free to swim, sunbathe, climb or simply be. (9225 reads)
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