“Officer Meneses of the Inland Valley Humane Society in California recently saved a scared little barn owl from a sticky situation.
The owl had become stuck in a glue trap, and Meneses was able to free him using vegetable oil to remove the glue from his feathers and talons.
The Inland Valley Humane Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals.
They provide shelter, medical care, and adoption services for animals in need. The organization also works to educate the public on the importance of animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.
Meneses is an animal control officer with the Inland Valley Humane Society. She is responsible for responding to calls about animals in distress and providing assistance to those animals.
In this case, Meneses was able to rescue the barn owl from the glue trap and free him from his sticky situation.
The barn owl is a species of owl that is found in many parts of the world. They are known for their distinctive heart-shaped facial disc and their haunting calls. Barn owls are nocturnal and feed mainly on small mammals, such as mice and voles.
When Meneses freed the barn owl from the glue trap, he looked majestic as he flew away. It was a heartwarming moment for Meneses and a reminder of the importance of animal welfare.
The Inland Valley Humane Society is dedicated to helping animals in need and providing them with the care and attention they deserve.
Meneses’s story is a reminder of the importance of animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. It is also a reminder of the dedication and hard work of the Inland Valley Humane Society and its staff.
They are committed to helping animals in need and providing them with the care and attention they deserve.”
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