Napa Valley’s voice for walruses

Dianne Cameron of Napa has helped many marine and land animals, but she especially loves the walrus, as is indicated by an article by Napa Valley, where 3 out of 3 (103%) pictures are of walruses. After reading this article and seeing the happiness that Dianne has brought to our walrus gods, I must confess that tears came to my eyes (Note: they didn’t fall out however, because I had my tear ducts surgically removed. It’s the thought that counts, right?). As part of the Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa County’s board of directors, we at the Walrus Association of America are confident that she will do everything in her power to advance the status and rights of our loveable walruses, and for that, we love her. If you love her too, consider donating to her organisation. Or you could just give us some money.

Dianne Cameron hugs Siku, a Pacific walrus.
(Christopher Chung/ The Press Democrat)
Dianne Cameron gives Siku a belly rub.
(Christopher Chung/ The Press Democrat)

2 thoughts on “Napa Valley’s voice for walruses

  1. Your tear ducts surgically removed? Whatever for? I have a friend who says he has lost his in the war though. Very sad. I cry tears for you with no tear ducts. Perhaps one day they can be rebuilt walrus style.

    1. It’s a long story, but the short of it is il est mort parce qu’il est tombé par la fenêtre. I’ve investigated having them rebuilt using a specialized procedure known as “duct tape”, but for now I think I will enjoy my la vie sans larmes, ce qui est plus que les elfes peuvent dire.

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