Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary Rescues MorePets

by Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary
Jun 12, 2012

16 new rescues at Critter Camp Today!

Walnut the degu
Walnut the degu

Today Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary rescued 16 small animals that were at "kill" shelters and their time had run out!

We welcome 9 gerbils: Berry, Janice, Jill, Pecan, Soybean, Pepper, Sesame, Clove,& Jack;  3 guines pigs: smores, Reeses & Oreo, 3 ratties: Casper, Remy & Sam, and Walnut the degu.

The guinea pigs are already living it up in our free range Piggy Haven with the other 30 ladies!

Your generous donations made it possible for us to save their lives!

Be sure to check the links below for a Critter Camp interview, the cutest video ever, and a way to nominate Critter Camp for a contest.

Thank you so much!!!



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Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary

Location: German Valley, IL - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Beth Randall
German Valley, IL United States
$10,632 raised of $15,000 goal
272 donations
$4,368 to go
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