Thanks to your generous support Critter Camp has been able to rescue some more needy animals.
We welcome Ratties: Eclipse- was left at a pet store and considered unadoptable because she has aninoperable tumor, Terra Crazy & shadow all edler ratties that do not like people came from a family moving that could not take them along.
New elder guinea piggies Sugar and Oreo's owner has late stage cancer and could not care for them, also elders Ronan and Penelope 's owner just did not ahve time for them.
All are safe and loved now here at Critter Camp for the rest of their lives.
Critter Camp is also taking in a large group of rats from a recent rescue in MI where over 1000 pet rats were found in a condemed home - more info to come in a later report.
You can also stop by our website for NEWS as it happens! www.crittercamp.org
Another way you can help the rescues at Critter Camp is to VOTE- once a day Every day and share inviting others to vote too for Critter Camp in the Shelter Challenge:
Critter Camp Mom recently lost one of her 3 elder rescue dogs to old age and multiple medical issues, and decided to go ahead and open her heart to another oldie. So Black Jack now helps out at Critter Camp. He is a 13 year old chow and basset mix, left at a pound byt his owner along with his lifelong buddy a pug- the pug was adopted but he was not. His time was up and thanks to a Senior dog rescue network Critter Camp Mom got the alert that he was going to die alone if no one spoke up for him that day. Since he is good with all animals he has been a seamless fit at the rescue - bringing smiles to all who meet him during his twilight time.
Thank you again! Enjoy your summer!
Exciting News!!!! We have contracted with Animal Arts Design to provide a Needs Assessment and Site Plan for our new facility!!!!
And we have contracted with Angela Smith of as.designs to create the building plans!!
We will keep you posted!!
You can follow our progress as well on our website: www.crittercamp.org
So Harry was a new rescue ferret that we took in from animal control recently - (he's there on the far right- settled right in in the pic) Anyway animal control calls us after we had him for a week that the owner called and wants him back! Ok #1 they lost this ferret, # 2 they didnt bother to ask about him for over 2 weeks! I said give them our number and we'll deal with it. Apparently the "owner" had given Harry, (and a cagemate!,) to friends because they were pooping all over and she thought they were potty trained....... she had gotten them free off Craigslist and that person told her they were- um no 50% is usually as good as it gets with ferrets & potty training. So she couldnt take Harry back anyway but didnt want to upset the friend! Well some friend, they lost your pet and didnt even care! So here was the cagemate all alone- and ferrets can die of loneliness- in a neglectful at best home. Ends up we agree to take her as well- enter Sally - the little brown ferret mid photo (looking at Ziggy who doesnt clean himself real well)
Turns out Critter Camp is the 6th home for these little guys, so they are done- they stay here & get to live out their lives in a stable loving safe home! The kicker is that when she brought Sally she told us that she had brought us two guinea pigs a year or so ago too! I strongly urged her to to get anymore pets until she was actually ready to keep them for their whole lives.
Don't forget our Foxy T - only available for another week!!
Thank you for helping us help the animals!
Check out this great news article about Critter Camp:
Critter Camp hopes to expand following Indiegogo campaign
We are finalizing an agreement with both a contractor/builder and a designer to implement the initial stages of our project!
And a fan of ours has started this T shirt campaign too:
It's a fantastic design & great value!
Each T sold feeds & cares for one of our foxes for a week!
Get yours now! Please share on Socila media too!
We are getting ready for our big Annual Comedy Night event this Saturday!
Fun times! Details:
Thank you all for your ongoing support!!
We hope everyone is having a very Happy Spring so far!
We are enjoying the warm weather, doing some heavy duty spring cleaning and getting some much needed fresh air!
Rambo finally gets out in her pen and what does she do? Tear through the hardware cloth and then through the shain link! So we have it all reinforced now with strong bars. Silly tortoise!
We welcome new rescues:
Butterscotch an elder ratty that was left in an apartment when the tenant moved.
And Dale and Alabama elder guinea pigs who are very afraid of people.
They will be right at home in our free range guinea pig area.
With your help we can continue to take in these, the most needy of small pets! Thank you!!
We hope all of you are having a great start to the new year- despite the horrible winter weather many of us are facing!
Don't worry, Spring will be here soon!
So far this year we have taken in and adopted out a pair of aquatic turtles who were found in a dumpster!
Yes Lucy the red eared slider and her buddy Ethel the yellow belly slider were found in bitter cold in a bucket in the trash! Critter Camp does not normally take in aquatic turtles or adoptable pets, however there were no other rescues that would accept them within hundreds of miles! So we took them and luckily found a fantastic home for them too!
We've had other new residents come in as well, some ratties & a guinea pig named Lou.
We also helped a woman with cancer find homes for her beloved degus.
Critter Camp celebrated Valentines day with some cute pics too!
Thank you everyone for your amazing support!!!
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