Financial donations are greatly appreciated and help us to pay for medications, food, supplies and facility modifications needed to care for these animals. We are not funded by the state and do not charge for our services. We rely on donations from the community to continue our mission. We are continuing to grow and funding will help us to build new, larger cages so we can house more orphaned and injured animals while they recover.
At this time, we are not in need of any new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in the future, you can send your resume to us and we will keep it on hand for when we are in need again. Volunteering involves feeding the animals and cleaning up after them. Previous experience is helpful but not necessary. We are willing to train the right people. We need a commitment of at least 2 days a week for 6 months from anyone who wants to volunteer. You must be at least 18 years of age. Hours are very flexible.
It's important to know that, in this line of work, sometimes there aren't happy endings and emotionally it can be hard to see. Volunteers need to be able to handle seeing some of the animals they care for pass away from time to time.
Food, cages, den boxes, gloves, containers, blankets, towels, etc...we are very appreciative of donated supplies! We aren't a huge facility so we are not able to store a lot of supplies that can not be readily used. We have compiled a list of supplies that we are in need of and will continue to update as our needs change. Click below to view our Amazon Wishlist. Thank you!