Slothy Sunday: Oatmeal, a story of hope

June 7, 2020

Meet Oatmeal.

She’s not Toucan Rescue Ranch’s first orphaned sloth, nor is she their first burn victim.

But her story embodies the mission of TRR’s staff and volunteers: hope. Places like the Toucan Rescue Ranch and other wildlife nonprofits are fueled by the hope that an animal can survive a horrible burn; hope that by staying up all night, another animal can be released back in the wild; hope that by offering educational walks, someone will leave with a stronger appreciation for wildlife; and hope that what they are doing every day at TRR is truly making a difference.

Oatmeal is a little reminder to never lose hope!

Click here to learn more and apply for a Toucan Rescue Ranch internship.

Toucan Rescue Ranch Logo This video was produced by The Toucan Rescue Ranch. The Toucan Rescue Ranch specializes in helping wild animals recover so that they can be reintroduced into the wild. For more information or to donate, visit the Toucan Rescue Ranch website.

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