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This was just one of the many questions posed at Wounded Warriors – Sons and Daughters  first Open House on June 12, 2012. A delightful little girl stood up and asked  this question because she was so excited about  our desire to offer different types of animal therapy.

Wish you could have looked into her eyes as she related her own personal experience with her hamster, Buddy. She shared that she was sick and just so very unhappy. “I went over to see him, and I just picked him up and I cuddled with him. I was like, ‘Buddy!’  I felt so much better!”

Even hamsters (like Buddy) have much to give in the way of love.

She shared that we really needed small animals for the kids to cuddle with when they come with their families.  We at Wounded Warriors – Sons and Daughters consider this to be important, that  rabbits and other small animals are definitely in order.

 

Just a note of thanks to the many community leaders, families, and wonderful people who came out to the Wounded Warriors – SAD Restoration Center open house this past Tuesday evening. We are overwhelmed by the support and interest.

Thank you  for finding out what is getting ready to happen at the Wounded Warriors Restoration Center and for investing in our wounded military veterans and their families’ cause.

We are so grateful that we have been called to this community and so appreciate the many offers to volunteer and come alongside with donations of money, time, energy, and most of all, LOVE!

Huge thanks to KREX-TV News Channel 5 for continuing to follow our story. Can't wait for them to come out on Opening Day!

Wounded Warriors – SAD’s   Open House on June 12th was a wonderful success because of all the wonderful people who attended, caught the vision, and pledged their support! Kalvin and Devorah spent hours on the 13th following up with the many attendees and leads from the evening.

Click here to view the coverage and read the article produced by the wonderful team at KREX-TV.