Poor Yukon has been traveling too long according to him…fortunately he is almost home! If you would like to donate to support the lifetime care of Yukon and his friends remember that donations up to $30,000 will be MATCHED until December 31 2019! Thank you for your support!
Yukon, a rescued wolf is on his way to Forest Animal Rescue! This poor wolf was living at a facility in California that closed, surrendering its permits to the State of California, amid financial struggles. This left almost 500 animals seeking shelter. After thorough examination, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife chose to place[…]
GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that unleashes the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and their world. This is your chance to do TWICE as much good! From now through December 31, any gift to Forest Animal Rescue’s general fund will be DOUBLED up to $30,000! Today is your day to make a difference – donate[…]
On the heels of the joy of another rescue, we have sad news. We lost our beloved Zoey today to age-related disease. She came to us in 2016 at the age of 17. We only had her with us for three years, but it was long enough to see her thrive in our care. Zoey[…]
Destiny!! Our newest arrival has made it to the sanctuary safely. Her name was chosen by popular vote and we love it! Destiny is in a smaller portion of her habitat for the night. We will give her a day to adjust to her new surroundings before opening up the rest of her habitat to[…]
As we speak, a new resident is on her way to Forest Animal Rescue! This poor bobcat was an attempted pet in Oklahoma. She either escaped or was released into the wild to fend for herself. She weighed half of what she should, and showed old injuries, scrapes and a broken toe. Fortunately, the wildlife[…]
We had tropical storm conditions overnight, but all of the animals are safe. With only minimal tree damage at the sanctuary, we are all thankful. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who were not as fortunate and for those that may still be in Dorian’s path.
September 3, 2019 11:45am Managing a sanctuary with over 100 rescued wild animals is especially stressful in times of natural and manmade disasters. We have contingency plans in place for every conceivable situation, but that does little to minimize the stress when the time comes. As of the most recent update, Hurricane Dorian is moving[…]