Each animal has a fun bio on Pasado’s website, too, so kids can learn more about their pen pals.
Smudge writes that he likes to spend his days "relaxing in the sunshine, thinking about important issues like wildflowers, unicorns, and world peace" and "would love to talk to you about these things if you choose me to be your pen pal."
Families can also check out a guided virtual tour to learn more about the more than 200 animals living at the sanctuary.
Letters can be sent to P.O. Box 171, Sultan, WA 98294. (Please include first name and age.)
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