Another update on Timber’s condition

It has been 9 days since Timber’s injury and life-saving surgery, but she still will not eat – so we decided to get a closer look. She was anesthetized for a thorough examination of her progress toward healing and to see if we can figure out why she refuses to eat. (her previous update is here) She[…]

Introducing Yukon to Timber….failed.

Timber is a wolf/wolfdog that was rescued by our sanctuary in 2012. Her companion passed away over a year ago and last month we were finally able to rescue another wolf, Yukon, to be her companion so she wouldn’t be lonely anymore. After weeks of living next to one another and showing signs of wanting to be together,[…]

Rescue update: Yukon arrived safely and is settling in

After the facility in California, where this wolf was living, closed amidst financial difficulties, they surrendered their licenses to the State of California. California Department of Fish and Wildlife chose to send Yukon to Forest Animal Rescue in Florida for lifetime care at a TRUE sanctuary. Yukon arrived, tired from the long ride in the[…]

Yukon is getting tired of the road trip.

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 is on his way!

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[…]

One more Thanksgiving message

It seems that everybody you ever did business with is sending Thanksgiving messages of Thanks. I’m sure you don’t need another one. But we do want you to know that one of the things we are so grateful for is all of our wonderful friends at Forest Animal Rescue. The rescued animals at the sanctuary[…]

Guess what animals are arriving at the sanctuary soon?

Red Pandas! That’s correct, two highly endangered pandas will soon be calling Forest Animal Rescue their forever home. We have been rescuing a wide variety of animals from around the world for over 20 years. The extremely rare panda pair, named Luly and Juky, are coming from a closed zoo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The[…]

Bunco Charity Event

When: February 1, 2019 6:00pm – ? $20 Donation Benefits: Forest Animal Rescue and Interfaith Emergency Services Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets will be on sale for lovely baskets, split the pot, a lotto board and booze buckets. Great, highly energetic music will be provided by Keith “Big Daddy” Ponder Be sure to bring[…]