Critter Camp: Pet Sanctuary to be Featured on Reality TV Show!
": What started as a pet research project has bubbled over into a massive stateline animal sanctuary. Now, it's about to get another boost into the national spotlight.
"Right now we have about 350 of about 30 different species," said Beth Randall, Director and Founder of Critter Camp.
All the animals are housed at Critter Camp in German Valley. It's a pet sanctuary founded by Randall. It's the only one like it in the nation.
"Our main focus is to give a home to small, unadoptable unusual pets other than cats and dogs," said Randall."
See full Report here: http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext-news/d/story/critter-camp-pet-sanctuary-to-be-featured-on-reali/14472/2rOXttUU8UqjTPRLt3soNQ
"Exotic Pet Rescuers Dream A Dream That Comes True
Nestled in German Valley, Illinois, is Critter Camp, a 501(c)(3), USDA-licensed, all volunteer-operated pet sanctuary that only accepts unadoptable and unusual small pets. It is run with blood, sweat and tears by the Randall family with the help of generous volunteers. It has come a long way from where it began. And due to a pending new TV series, it might be able to go much further.
Beth Randall is the creator and operator. This year marks the exotic pet sanctuary’s 10th anniversary. The rescue survives on donations given for its educational presentations in the community, tours, individual donations from caring people from all over, and a few small grants."
See more here: http://www.smallanimalchannel.com/critter-news/2014/05/06/exotic-pet-rescuers-dream-a-dream-that-comes-true.aspx
The actual building construction will be either this fall or next spring- we are beyond excited!!
Thank you to everyone who has and continues to support Critter Camp!!
We hope you all had a wonderful Mother's Day as well!
Happy Mothers Day!
Oscar & Lance's rear
Buddy the ferret