Animal-Lovers: Volunteers Crochet ‘Nests’ For Rescued Wildlife


Here’s a story that’s perfect for a cold mid-winter day.

A group of very nice hoomans have banded together to help the most helpless and vulnerable little creatures.

“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.” – Catie Leary

Source: Volunteers crochet ‘nests’ for rescued wildlife | MNN – Mother Nature Network