The Society was contacted by Kimberly Kancylarz, Vice President of PAWZ (Positive Awareness of Wildlife and Zoos) at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, PA. The group works with many different animal rescues and dog wardens to help homeless animals and hands-on activities. They had wanted to help animals at Popcorn Park and make enrichment items for them.
PAWZ members happy to be helping at Popcorn Park.
Nyla and Caesar were stymied by the box set up to vaguely resemble a door. The unusual-looking 4-legged creature which had been sprinkled with doe urine was slowly investigated The piñatas, enjoyed by the monkeys, had spices enclosed which included cinnamon, oregano and some trail mix for them to enjoy.
The PAWZ group had a great time and were gratified to see the animals enjoyed their handiwork. According to Kimberly: “Everyone was so excited to get up close to your beautiful animals and to have the opportunity to make them enrichments. None of the members had ever been to your facility so now they have all walked away with a great appreciation for the hard work your staff does on a daily basis”. Our thanks to the PAWZ team who travel to several area shelters and groups to raise funds and help with adoptions or to educate people on the importance of spay/neuter.