I volunteered at Harnas for four weeks last summer. I had an amazing time and met some of the most amazing people too. It was a truly incredible experience to see animals so close and the work that they do at Harnas is really brilliant. Harnas gives injured and orphaned animals another chance at life so whilst some of them may end up in cages they are really cared for. Any animals that Harnas can release to the wild they do, like a wild cheetah when I was there. Furthermore the lifeline project allows some hand reared animals to be in a safe environment where they can be monitored but are able to be 'wild' animals as they hunt and fend for themselves and it is as close to the wild as possible. The work the Harnas team and volunteers do is really inspirational and if you visit and wonder why an animal is in a 'cage', just ask because there will definitely be a very good reason. These people are animal lovers who have devoted their life to helping animals so the animals are given the best possible care they can have!
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