We stand by our animals for life, so when we heard that Echo was struggling with behavioral problems in her adoptive home we welcomed her back with open arms. Echo was once a feral cat who was caught and kept as a family pet. She then came to us when her family moved and while we thought we had found her a forever home, it was not the right fit for her considering the behavior she started to show a few weeks post adoption. 

Echo is now back at our facility and is under behavioral observation. Our hope is that we can determine if she would be able to be adopted out again or if she is best as a permanent resident here at the sanctuary. Her quality of life is top priority!

We are grateful to have had several wonderful photographers donate their time and skill to photograph our animals and their lives here. While many photos on our site were taken by WRAS Staff Members, others were taken by:

Tischman Pets Photography, @tischmanpets,

Mike Barr, @mikebarrphotography,

Thunder Ridge Images,