Wildlife rehabilitation centers are a staple of the health care system in the United States, but they’re now being phased out in many states.
Many are now focused on rehabilitative care and prevention of disease, and some are even dedicated to housing people who are homeless.
Nowhere is that more apparent than in the rural areas where wildlife rehab centers are often located.
In the past, they provided a temporary respite for animals and wildlife, but as more people moved into cities, those centers were shuttered and replaced with animal shelters, rehabilitation centers, and rehab facilities.
But a new report released by the Center for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shows that wildlife rehabs are now becoming a bigger part of the recovery process.
“A lot of these facilities that we used to see in rural areas have become much more of a center for rehabilitative services for the animals, especially as the population has increased,” said Lisa Deutsch, an animal rehabilitation specialist at the Center.
Deutsch said she’s seen wildlife rehabilitators in some of the poorest parts of the country adopt some of those animals and then put them up for adoption by people in the city.
“It’s really become a very large part of rehabilitation,” she said.
Deutsche is a professor of conservation biology at Ohio State University.
She said she believes that the wildlife rehabilitation centers that are now flourishing in rural communities are helping to bring in a much-needed population of animals, and they’re also helping to address a growing need for animal shelters.
Deuhs study shows that the number of people in these communities has increased in recent years, as people are moving to cities, and the number and size of wildlife rehabilitation facilities has increased.
Deusth said that the problem with wildlife rehabilitation is that people have a tendency to just do whatever they want to do and that’s not good for animals.
Deus is a wildlife rehabilitator in rural Alabama who was also featured in the documentary.
He’s now a volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation center and spends his days helping animals, including the dogs that are housed there.
Deufs animals are very friendly and are always with him, but there are a few other dogs that he doesn’t have the time to be around, so he’s had to learn to deal with them as a volunteer.
Deuss says that he and Deutsch are trying to bring more people into wildlife rehabilitation, and he says that the rehab centers that he has seen in rural America are just the beginning.
“They’re just getting started.
They’re just a start,” he said.
“If we can get more people in here, I think we’ll have a much better outcome.”
Deutsch says that rehab centers can also be a way to address the issue of the elderly.
People can sometimes be reluctant to help an elderly person, because they may feel uncomfortable or uncomfortable about having someone in their home.
Deutsch says he has been able to help people who had dementia get out of their homes because they knew that they could have someone there to help them.
Deussen says that one of the best ways to help the animals and animals’ rehabilitation is to find out about their care and get to know the animals before you adopt them.
“When you find out that they’ve been through this, you can get the most out of it.
I’ve seen that the people who have the most experience with animals are the ones who are the most likely to do well,” Deutsch said.