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[…]
We are sad to announce that we lost our beloved tiger, Roy, Saturday night. Roy had a mass on his elbow that was nonsurgical. We lost his brother, Tony to the same issue a year ago. Apparently, these tumors were a combination of genetics and the fact that the tigers lived in a small space[…]
We are thankful Because of you, we are able to continue to care for the rescued animals at the sanctuary.Because of you, we are still able to assist animals in need – regardless of the pandemic.At Forest Animal Rescue, we are blessed to have such a dedicated, extended ‘family’ At the request of wildlife officials,[…]
Have you dreamed of making history? Of course, we all have. And now we have a chance to be a part of Ocala/Marion’s day of giving – an opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe and help nonprofit organizations connect to the larger community. We need your help! Please join[…]
Thank you for your understanding while we worked with our phone provider to repair the issues that stopped our incoming calls from connecting.
If you are attempting to call our office, please bear with us – For some reason, our phone provider ‘upgraded’ our account and now we can no longer receive phone calls or faxes on the office lines. Of course, with the long weekend, they can’t promise it will be fixed until next week. I know,[…]