Posted January 20, 2019 05:10:42 I first saw the Silver Cross hospital, a five-story facility in New York City, when I visited in February of 2019.
It was a place I hadn’t been to in 20 years.
I saw the neonatal intensive care unit, where babies were put on an air mattress.
I spent the next two months there, in a neonatal unit that was about two feet by two feet.
The nurses wore gloves.
The patients wore their own gowns and gowns that were shaped like a fishnet.
The room smelled like a swimming pool, with a strong odor of bleach.
I met with staff members, a doctor, and a nurse.
I learned about Silver Cross’s work with animals.
I realized that the facility is not only about human care, but about animal care.
The facility has a staff of three or four, all trained to care for animals in a way that is humane and compassionate.
There is a full-time veterinarian, an obstetrician, a pediatrician, and two nurses on call 24/7.
The hospital’s staff members have a vision and vision alone to guide them through this difficult and stressful time.
The Silver Cross is a place where the best in humanity can work together.
The staff members at Silver Cross do everything right, from making sure the newborns are taken care of to making sure that the newborn is well-nourished.
The babies are cared for by a staff member, but they are also there to be loved and loved by the parents.
I’ve always been interested in the relationship between humans and animals.
And I found Silver Cross through the work of animal advocates, so when I learned of their work with the newborn babies and the neonate care, I knew this was the right place to be.
I hope this video inspires others to look beyond the animal kingdom and find the best human-animal relationship possible.
The video above was produced by an artist and a journalist, and is intended to inspire the public to seek out animal rescue and to act upon their desire to help animals.
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