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Please Be Kind

We understand that emotions can run high in difficult situations,

but we kindly ask for your understanding and support as we strive to help sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife with our limited resources. It is important to remember that we are volunteers who dedicate extensive amounts of time and energy to this cause because we genuinely care about the well-being of animals and our community.

Our ability to provide assistance to wildlife is made possible through the dedication of our small team of volunteers and the generous support we receive from our community. We are authorized by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry to rehabilitate wildlife, but it is important to note that we do not receive any financial support from any level of government for our work.

Your words hold great power, and when we are met with negativity and bullying, it deeply affects our morale and passion for what we do. We are here to make a difference, and we rely on the collective compassion and understanding of our community to continue our efforts.

We ask that you please consider the impact of your words on our volunteers who are tirelessly working to help wildlife in need. Instead of spreading negativity, we encourage you to join us in supporting and promoting the well-being of our local wildlife. Together, we can create a positive and compassionate environment where animals are given the care they deserve.

We appreciate your understanding and support, and we remain committed to our mission of protecting and rehabilitating wildlife. Thank you for being a part of our community and for helping us make a difference.

A baby brown mink with a white chin is curled up sleeping in a soft pink blanket
Orphaned infant American mink


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