Please help prevent the suffering of ill, injured or orphaned wild animals by contributing to emergency veterinary treatment. We provide habitat & home for a vast diversity of wildlife including more than 80 indigenous animal species in the Rural Environs of Isimangaliso World Natural Heritage Site South Africa. Your support will also help to build urgently needed recovery stables and a warm nursery where orphaned wild babies can be nurtured till they are released again.
Wild animals that are injured suffer tortuously often for months if they do not receive help. We are committed to preventing suffering of wildlife by helping any animal in need both in our Sancturay and in the Rural community surrounding our Isimangaliso World Natural Heritage Site. Costs are very high and your support will directly help to prevent suffering by enabling a vet to be called out to immediately provide medical assistance.
An emergency wildlife medical fund will enable a vet to be called out without delay, to compassionately assist the animal in need. It will be darted, sedated for treatment to be administered and then moved to a quiet, secure recovery stable inside predator-proof pens. Your support will also help build a warm nursery for orphaned wild babies that can be nurtured compassionately until they are released back into the wild.
Your support will help us to continue preventing undue suffering of wild animals that are ill, injured or orphaned both inside our Wildlife Sanctuary and in the surrounding Rural Environs of The Isimangaliso World Natural Heritage Site, South Africa. Often wild animals are seen as mere commodities and if injured others that cannot afford treatment, would simply leave "nature to take its course" We, however, are committed to preventing any animal from suffering. Thank you for caring too.
This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).