Willow's Wings is a nonprofit Animal Sanctuary and Rescue. The volunteers are devoted to caring for all animals large and small, many of which have been left abandoned neglected and abused. The animals come from all over the United States and the world. there are dogs from California, Texas, South Carolina, New York, the Cayman Islands, Thailand, Iran and China.
Kara Conrad went to the sanctuary to see the animals and meet Willow Sullivan, the woman who runs it.
Sullivan says the sanctuary is for sick, old and disabled animals. The animals that are in the sanctuary are in dire need of medical. There are dogs, cats, parrots, a tortoise, a rabbit, horses, goats, pigs, ducks, chicken and geese at the sanctuary.
"When the animals come in, especially the paralyzed animals they just have this lost, kind of sad look in their eyes and as you work with them and you build up their muscles and you build up their strength and especially when you give them a wheel chair, they go from very sad, fore lorn, almost broken look to a sparkle in their eye and all of a sudden they can move again and they're happy and they're living again," says Sullivan.
There are some adoptable animals at the rescue. To learn more about the sanctuary, donate, learn how to volunteer and see adoptable pets click here.
See what's happening at the rescue on Facebook.