Thank you to EVERYONE for making it a wonderful Holiday for all 350 rescued critters at Critter Camp!!
Thank you for the Gifts, Donations and treats!
We are fortunate to have so many wonderful supporters!!
Here's Looking forward to a Great 2013!!
With your support we will be able to rescue Hundreds more small pets!
Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary's newest Rescue:
All of the rescued critters and volunteers here at Critter Camp wish everyone a very happy Holiday season and a wonderful new year ahead!
Thanks to supporters like you Critter Camp has been able to save the lives of hundreds of pets this year!
Animals have been rescued from kill shelters where they were going to be euthanized, pets that had been abandoned, abused, neglected, suffering now are loved and cared for!
All of the animals here will get presents, treats and toys for the holidays!
They have been through alot in their short lives and deserve to live safe, heathly and happy from now on.
Take care & look for exciting news from Critter Camp after the first of the year!
Critter Camp is busy getting ready for the Holidays!
There are So many ways everyone can Help Critter Camp this Holiday Season!!#1. Go to igive.com before you shop online & choose Critter Camp as your charity- then we get a percentage of the total sale price without raising your costs at all! Cool huh :)#2. Shop for gifts that help Critter Camp : Our Cafe press Store hundreds of products with pics of our critters!LaCroix T's, hoodies, etc. several unique designs that benefit Critter Camp!Into the Wild Plushies plush versions of the rescues at Critter Camp!Rescue Roast Gourmet Coffee Gourmet coffee that benenfits Critter Camp!Customized Luxe Sandals personalized sandals that benefir Critter Camp!
Critter Camp welcomed a family fo five sugar gliders a while ago- Momma, Poppa, Peanut, Popcorn & Crackerjack are doing well!
This week we took in another family of 3 gliders. Momma Sugar, Daughters Cinnamon & Nutmeg. They ahd been living in an aquarium- which is a terrible way to hosue sugar gldiers. They are arboreal and need to climb and have lots of space. They were also malnourished. The three ladies are all responding well to their new home and healthy diet.
Critter camp took in Gracie Joy a ratty that is a biter too. She is enjoying her new home with her new lady ratty friends.
Cairo the new fennec fox is doign well. He is exploring more every day and has found he likes to hang out in the other fox's cages too .
The group of 5 new ferrets we recently took in are also enjoying their free range ferret room with our other 11 ferrets :)
The baby bunnies we rescued in August have grown fast! They are 8 weeks old and ready to adopt! We are including a link to their Petfinder listing for anyone interested.
Don't forget to Like Critter Camp on facebook too! See link below :)
Thank you so much for all of your support! We can't save them without you!
Thanks to the generosity of wonderful folks like you Critter Camp was able to accept some new pets this week.
Meet Cairo a 3 year old fennec fox. His owner had a change of living arrangements and was no longer able to care for him. He's getting used to the excitement here at Critter Camp :)
We were also able to accept a group of 5 boned ferrets whose owner had serious health problems and had to give them up but needed them to stay together and in a free range setting like our free range ferret room. They are fitting in very well and have made new friends already. Jasper walks with a limp due to an old injury. They are all adorable!
Critter Camp took in a baby syrain hamster too and has already placed her with an adoptive family. Her owner mistakenly thought she could keep sibling syrian hamsters together- nope! they will fight. Hamsters need to be alone, except Roborovski hamsters ( tiny ones that look like they have white eyebrows and a mustache:)
We also have great news! We are getting a $10,000 grant from CHASE from the Chase contest we mentioned in our last update!!! Thanks to everyone who voted for Critter Camp!!! We won't ahve the money for several weeks but it is nice knowing it's coming :)
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