You've helped us meet the challenge and we succeeded! Thank You!
WildCare Inc.’s first goal of $5,000 was actually exceeded by over $1,000--thanks to allof you who donated during the Global Giving Challenge!
Because you helped us meet our goals in this challenge, we get to keep our doors openfor another baby season. Plus we have some much-needed funds to buy food,medicine and other supplies needed by our wild patients. This is all because ofyour donations and the Global Giving network that people can see worldwidegiving our wildlife a voice they need.
WildCare’s mission to care for all injured, sick or orphaned wildlife started in 2001 atthe brink of baby season and has been going strong for the last 12 years. Wehave helped over 16,000 wild ones. Our goal to continue to give the care neededfor the next 50 years.
One person can make a tremendous difference.
There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of thetime we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to thestory it has to tell.
The little Red Fox in the pictures below was brought to us starving, extremely dehydratedwith a deep wound after being attacked by a pack of dogs in early spring 2012. She was unable tostand due to the wound had shredded the arm muscle and infection had set in.We called her “Honey” because we did honey wraps for several weeks to heal thewound. She survived and recovered, stronger than ever. She was released in late October. The land owner whoallowed us to release her on his property says she is doing well and has taken to her new freedom very well.
Your donations will allow us to help so many more injuries like "Honey's"
Without habitat, there is no wildlife. It is that simple
On behalf of our wild friends and the entire WildCare family, thank you.
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