November 22, 2012

Donate to help the animals:

With no government funding, all of the animals receive high quality care with help from private donations like yours. You can choose to make a one-time gift or schedule a monthly donation to support the ongoing care of the animals.

Forest Animal Rescue is dedicated to the lifetime care of nonreleasable wild animals to prevent them from being destroyed. The animals have been abused, neglected, retried from research labs, abandoned at closed tourist attractions, confiscated by authorities and more. We are their last hope – their last stop.

In addition to rescuing nonreleasable wild animals from inappropriate conditions, we rehabilitate and release black bear cubs for the authorities in Florida and surrounding states.

With help like yours, they all receive lifetime care at our no-kill sanctuary. They are never bred, sold or exploited in any way – they finally have the chance to live out their lives with the dignity that they deserve.

10 thoughts on “Donate to help the animals:

  • Thank you for your comment. We have tried reaching out to him before. We had made contact with him at one time but were never able to complete the connection. I’ll try your link and see if he gets the message from his fan club!

  • I would love to do internship with your organization. I graduate next year october with certification in zoo assistant. I also have certification in wildlife and foresty management. I have couple of questions regarding a internship. First being im going be thirty by time i graduate. Will i be too old to secure housing. Second question i would like come at the end of march to view your organization. Would that be possible to take tour of the place.

    Sincerely
    Michael McDaniel

  • Michael, First of all, you are never too old to help and we would love for you to apply for an internship. Decisions are made based on your qualifications and availability and are not based on age. We are not sure when our semi-monthly tours will resume (they are on hold due to COVID-19 right now) – but if you sign up for our e-news you will be among the first to know. I suspect tours will be up and running again by March.

  • Ok thanks for getting back to me. I email closer to that time. I will sign up for news letter. I cant wait to be able to get some experience with working exotic animals. Hopefully, it’s with your organization.

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