A pair of white lion cubs that were rescued in South Africa have found a home at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami.
ZWF helped raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,
where families never receive a bill for anything, because all they should worry about is helping their child live.
Since 2001, ZWF Miami has been dedicated to preserving and protecting animals as well as educating the public about rare and endangered animals both in captivity and in the wild.
Today the Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF) announced a partnership with the Humane Society of Greater Miami as a proud sponsor of this year’s Walk for the Animals. The event will take place Saturday, Feb 28th, 2015 at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
Toby and Angelica are highly intelligent, captive born capuchin monkeys. They are siblings, and are closely bonded. They have been trained as service animals to assist the handicapped in places such as hospitals and schools.
At just four years old, Bella Rodriguez-Torres became paralyzed with a large tumor in her spine. The consensus of international medical experts was that Bella would never walk again and had only a few months to live. They didn’t count on Bella’s extraordinary will to live.