I was fortunate to attend a Conference on Homeopathy put on by the Texas Society of Homeopathy in Houston, TX in 2011. It was there I heard Manfred Mueller speak. I introduced myself and that meeting began a relationship that continues today. Eight years now!
Manfred is both knowledgeable and caring and always makes himself available to answer questions and discuss progress and procedures. His expertise goes beyond homeopathy to the countless elements in the world today that are an assault on our health.
The Homeopathic Associates staff are engaging, efficient and provide something that is rare today…excellent customer service!
For well over 25 years I have turned to homeopathic remedies for personal health as well as for treating animals. The reason I prefer and trust homeopathy is that, while being effective, you can also rely on it to work with your body and, at the same time, to NOT introduce harmful chemicals into your system.
I realize that there are times when finding the best remedy is challenging, this can be particularly true with animals as we can never truly know what they are feeling or thinking. This is again, where homeopathy is the method I trust, because as I work to find the correct remedy, I know no harm is being done to the animal by using homeopathic remedies that may not effect the cure I was looking for.
In today’s world where we are bombarded with ads for drugs, where doctors’ offices are filled with people on five, ten or more drugs, where there are now drugs to take if the drug you are on is giving you drug side effects, I take great comfort in knowing that there is another and better way, for me that way is homeopathy.
Lynn Cuny, Founder/President
Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc.
Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation (WRR) was founded in 1977 by Lynn Cuny who remains active as the organization’s president.
For over 4 decades the organization has been rescuing native wild birds, mammals and reptiles for the purpose of rehabilitation and release back to the wild.
In addition the organization has an over 200 acre sanctuary, in Kendalia, Texas, where native and non-native non-releasable animals, rescued from research labs, circuses, zoos and private hands, are able to live in peace and safety for the remainder of their lives.
WRR also rescues farmed animals and provides permanent sanctuary for them as well.
Wildlife Rescue has a large native wildlife rehabilitation clinic in San Antonio, Texas.
The organization takes in as many as 10,000 animals each year, most of these are native species who are sent back to the wild, and is funded solely by donations from the public as well as some private foundations.
If you would like to learn more about WRR or would like to contribute to their work their website is https://wildlife-rescue.org/ Their 24 hour hot line is 830 336 2725..