While working at Indiana University South Bend, School of Education as a secretary and volunteering with the Miami Tribe as a transcriber of 500-year-old Jesuit Manuscripts, Kathylee started a home wildlife rehabilitation center, The Wildlife Station. As an Indiana State Permitted Wildlife Rehabilitator for all fur bearing species, she received approximately 130 orphaned and injured wild animals at her facility every year. Kathylee specialized in the care of raccoons, opossums and squirrels. The Wildlife Station was turned over to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Network when a job opportunity opened in Washington State and South Dakota, to do volunteer work with the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe under the Wolakota Foundation. After working two years with the tribes Kathylee returned to working with wildlife, and was employed at Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Kendalia, TX, as their Wildlife Hotline Specialist/Volunteer Coordinator fielding as many as 100 calls per day during peak season. Kathylee moved to Klamath Falls in May 2015 and began volunteering with Badger Run in Spring 2016. With her years of experience she has quickly become an integral part of Badger Run.
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