Help Wild Animal Babies
California Wildlife Center
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Thank you for helping us reach our goal! Thanks to your generosity, we were able to raise $5,000 to help orphaned wildlife. We wouldn't be able to do what we do without support from people like you! Thank you for helping us get the word out. 65 people contributed to our campaign! Our GivingGrid will be active until the end of the month. Let's see how far we can go!
Thank you for supporting California Wildlife Center!
Thank you for contributing to California Wildlife Center's "Help Wild Animal Babies" GivingGrid Campaign! With your help, we are more than halfway to our goal of $5,000 to help orphaned wildlife! We still have a way to go, though, and with less than two weeks left in the campaign, we need your help to spread the word. Please ask your friends and family who you think might be interested to support our cause. With your help, we can continue to care for the hundreds of wildlife orphans that come through our doors every year.
Thank you for your support of California Wildlife Center!
Orphaned wildlife are the most vulnerable of all animals. They are naked and helpless and without mom, would die in the wild. You can give these animals a second chance at life by making a donation today.
California Wildlife Center cares for over 4,000 California native animals every year. Of those, a third are babies. The influx of young animals is so intense, a separate unit is needed to care for them all. When you donate, you support the Baby Care Unit at California Wildlife Center and over 80 species including: squirrels, songbirds, ducklings, skunks, opossums, deer, coyotes, and even bears. Each animal requires different treatments, diets and rehabilitation prescriptions. Some babies, like nestling songbirds, need to be fed as often as every 30 minutes. It takes an army of staff and volunteers to keep all the babies fed, their enclosures clean, and their rehabilitation on track. Should any of the babies be ill or injured, they receive state-of-the-art veterinary care by a staff veterinarian. As the number of baby animals needing help grows every year, more enclosures must be constructed to accommodate them. Your help is needed to support these efforts.
Their future is in your hands. California Wildlife Center needs your support to continue to care for these precious babies.
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About the organization
California Wildlife Center
P.O. Box 2022
Malibu, CA 90265