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Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
Good Morning Sebrina
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Good Morning Sebrina

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A visit to the Western Pennsylvania Wild Animal Orphanage with Dr. William Sheperd. See www.heraldstandard.com for full story.

A visit to the Western Pennsylvania Wild Animal Orphanage with Dr. William Sheperd. See www.heraldstandard.com for full story.

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  • 1. Good Morning, Sebrina Visiting the Western Pennsylvania National Wild Animal Orphanage with Dr. William Sheperd
  • 2. Sebrina stretches her head through a small feeding door for a morning greeting from Dr. William Sheperd.
  • 3. She has a wary eye for the camera and photographer.
  • 4. A treat of fresh meat presented on Sheperd’s open palm gives her a new focus.
  • 5. Her enjoyment is thorough.
  • 6. Sheperd’s focus never leaves the tiger.
  • 7. The cat and the keeper have a strong bond.
  • 8. A napkin really isn’t needed, but it’s a nice touch.
  • 9. Greetings over, it’s time to check on the more than 30 other animals at the orphanage.
  • 10. Orphanage Tours
    • Tours are offered the third Sunday of the month from 2-4 p.m. March through November.
  • 11.
    • The animals eat 6,000 pounds of food a month. (They don’t usually say grace first!)
  • 12. Help feed the animals
    • Tour donations go toward the $15,000 a month cost of food and future site improvements.
  • 13. For directions and more…
    • Check the orphanage Website at www. wildanimal .org .
  • 14. Photos and slide show by Christine Haines Music by Jace Vek: Excerpt from Jenifer’s Largo, Jace Vek Live with the Sylvan Philharmonic Used with permission of Jace Vek, all rights reserved.

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