Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary

Critter Camp's Mission is to provide a safe, healthy, happy forever home to unadoptable small exotic and unusual pets. These animals are unadoptable due to advanced age, chronic illness, aggression and/or excessive fearfulness, generally from abuse or neglect. Many come to us from other shelters where they were to be euthanized. Our main goal is to provide care for as many of these forgotten pets as possible. Critter Camp's secondary goal is to educate the public on the needs of these pets for two outcomes. One is to help current pet owners provide better care of their pets, the second is to prevent impulse buying of these types of pets by creating educated potential pet owners. Critter C...

Arabella

Arabella
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Wiley and Rambo say thanks!

Wiley and Rambo say thanks!
Photo from Progress Report 'How Many Animals has Critter Camp Saved?'

Fluffy and Snowball say thank you!

Fluffy and Snowball say thank you!
Photo from Progress Report 'How Many Animals has Critter Camp Saved?'

Big Al and Tonto say thanks!

Big Al and Tonto say thanks!
Photo from Progress Report 'How Many Animals has Critter Camp Saved?'

Zeddicus the Bearded Dragon

Zeddicus the Bearded Dragon
Bearded dragons make good pets, but they must be kept alone. Zed's owners had another adult beardie in with him and the other one was eating him alive! He had his foot nearly chewed off and part of his tail gone when he was rescued.
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