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Crochet 'Nests' for Rescued Wildlife
by KindMeal.my, 14 March 2016
Volunteers Makes Nests for Those in Need

We already know that crafting is good for your mental health, but it can also be great for helping orphaned or injured animals — well, at least in the case of these ingenious crocheted and knitted "nests."

An animal-loving Canadian named Katie Deline-Ray founded the Wild Rescue Nests nonprofit several years ago as a way to help wildlife rehabilitation centers throughout Ontario. As the crafty project caught on with more hobbyist crocheters putting their skills to good use, it wasn't long before hundreds of these durable textile nests began arriving in the mailboxes of more than 240 wildlife rescues in 11 different countries.

"It makes me incredibly happy to help in some small way with all the great work these wildlife rescue centers do," Deline-Ray writes.

The movement is largely facilitated through the Wildlife Rescue Nests Facebook page, which provides patterns and other resources for anyone interested in crocheting and knitting nests. Deline-Ray also regularly posts photos of the nests being used by all manners of adorable, on-the-mend wildlife, from owls and skunks to opossums and flying squirrels.

Do you ever wonder what you can do to help animals in need? Ok, maybe you don't knit or crochet, and you can hardly foster an orphaned rhino in your condo, but one thing that we can ALL do is eat less meat, and that one simple act will save many animal lives. Best of all, it's not really a hardship, especially with so many fabulous meat-free meals available nowadays.

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