We recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by WUFT / PBS and the interview will be on the radio at 7:30am on Sunday, June 12, 2021. We discussed how the sanctuary started, some of the animals’ stories and how people can help. Please listen and share it with your friends! The recorded podcast can[…]
Gabby, the wild bear cub that we have been rehabilitating for six months, has finally been released! We met the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and she was released in a wildlife management area wearing a GPS collar that is designed to fall off before she outgrows it. Be sure to watch all the[…]
Although there is no doubt that the intentions are good, many of the bunnies end up neglected when the kids lose interest after the initial excitement wears off. Please consider buying chocolate bunnies for your kids this year or, if you think your family can provide a good and stable home for a bunny, consider[…]
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Please join us in welcoming our four newest residents – Two pairs of ring-tailed lemurs (with another female to arrive soon) – They will be in their quarantine habitat for a few weeks until we can neuter the males and then we will integrate them into our big lemur habitat with the others.
Now we need your help to name them!
Make a gift to help the animals and suggest a name at the same time! http://forestanimalrescue.org
Meet Gabby! She is an orphaned wild Louisiana black bear cub. She and her mother were both underweight, and then her mother was hit by a car. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries called us on Sunday with a request for assistance. We picked her up today to get her out of the area[…]
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Late last night, we received a call to rescue an African serval – a small wild cat. “Simba” – the 2-year-old serval had not done anything wrong; he was simply an attempted pet and found himself in an inappropriate situation. With all of the quarantine and stress of the Coronavirus pandemic, we needed a little[…]