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Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary
Join Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary’s community of supporters that help our 501(c)(3) nonprofit provide permanent homes to 57 wild and exotic canids. Our population of “wild spirits” is made of displaced, owner-surrendered, and/or non-releasable captive-bred wolves, wolf-dogs, Australian dingoes, New Guinea singing dogs, and foxes, who are directly impacted by your support. Our team takes on an “Animal’s come first” attitude which is demonstrated by providing each rescue with permanent, safe sanctuary and lifelong care addressing each animal’s unique physical, mental, and emotional health needs. While 2020 has thrown many hurdles our way, the team has eagerly risen to the occasion to continue to provide you, our supporters, with more unique opportunities for education and connection as thanks for allowing us to do this incredible work. Your help gives us more opportunities to improve animal housing, perform necessary medical care for our large geriatric population, virtually enter classrooms, host groups of students and individuals, and teach the next generation about the importance of Wolves in our Ecosystem. Rescue, Education, and Sanctuary have been our mission for a long time, and with your help we can continue for many more years to come. “I feel that as the Executive Director I have a responsibility to this organization that encompasses not only the animals and the team, but just as importantly, you, the dedicated supporters of this wonderful sanctuary! As such, I’d like to take this time to say a huge and heartfelt thank you to every one of you for the love and devotion you have shown to this amazing organization. We are all so excited to be moving forward into Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary’s newest chapter, and it is my sincerest hope that you will continue to follow along in our story. Thank you!” - Brittany McDonald, Executive Director Visit our website for more information on how you can help these animals today!
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Rocking R Ranch and Rescue Inc
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We are a 501c3 non-profit charity dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming purebred German Shepherd dogs when they have no one else to turn to.  The number of purebred shepherds in shelters is shocking, and our volunteers work tirelessly to create fresh new starts for forgotten dogs.  Each year, we...

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saveafox corporation
OUR MISSION: "To rescue and find forever homes for captive-born, non-releasable wildlife"Many of our foxes come from fur farms where they otherwise would live in horrendous conditions and then killed and pelted for the fur industry. We also get pet surrenders. Owners will buy from a breeder without the knowledge of...

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