Dear Friends of Maxi & Mini,
This is a brief email to show the happiness YOU are giving to Maxi & Mini our bushbucks by providing them good food.
I received an enquiry from a blind person from France to volunteer and wasn't sure if we should have her or not at Daktari as she wasn't really in our "focus" area. Ian thought “why not? let's have her with us anyway!". Veronique from France is having an absolutely wonderful time in South Africa where she can feel, touch and interact with animals she has never seen as she was born blind. Today, we are very happy that Maxi and us had given Vero this wonderful opportunity to interact with animals.
Here is the photo of Vero and Maxi enjoying the feeding time.
Thank YOU for making this possible.
Hope you have an amazing week!
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