The notion of “pet” means different things to different people. Our Utila Animal Hero of the Month for January is Osgood James who cares for iguanas. Osgood has worked (call it a labor of love) at the Iguana Station for the last eleven years. How did he get into this line of work? Protecting the
Brad’s office is well known to the needy animals of Utila. You can think of it as a day center for the homeless; a place for dogs and cats to have a moment of rest, a bowl of food, and often some medical care.
This month we are honoring two very special clinic volunteers: Megan Whitefield and Daniel Urbina Daniel Urbina Utila Animal Hero Daniel is seventeen and has been volunteering at Utila Animal Rescue and Pet Care for over three years. We’re amazed and grateful that he can find the time. Not only does he attend school from
All of us at Utila Animal Rescue and Pet Care are very grateful to Lori and Kera. Spaying and neutering animals will help control our animal population.