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Dianna Agron visits L.A. animal sanctuary Wildlife WaystationDianna Agron visits L.A. animal sanctuary Wildlife Waystation

Dianna Agron Spends Downtime at L.A. Animal Sanctuary

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With “Glee” on summer hiatus, the stars need to find productive ways to spend their downtime and Dianna Agron did just that at Wildlife Waystation, a Los Angeles animal sanctuary.

Yesterday, Agron first discussed her experience on Twitter and on Tumblr. She had an amazing opportunity to hang out with “Rowdy,” a monkey, and many other animals.

“Spent time with Rowdy at the Wildlife Waystation yesterday. It was day two at this magical place…. Rowdy literally hugged my lap at his own free will. Such a sweet animal (but NOT A PET, remember this!!),” the actress revealed on her blog.

She also added, “They are a non-profit sanctuary that rescue, rehabilitate, relocate and provide a sanctuary for exotic animals….many have come from labs, private owners, and now have a home. BUT, funding is at a low, and we are brainstorming ways to help them.”

Besides sharing her experience with her fans, Agron reached out to her followers to help the sanctuary. She revealed the organization has been without red meat for some time now. Red meat is needed to help the animals maintain a proper diet, and because some won’t eat anything else. To see how you can help, click here.

It sure looks like she had an inspirational visit at Wildlife Waystation. Jump here to see some of Agron’s photos with the beautiful creatures.

Photo Credit: Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com

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