Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation
provides sanctuary, rehabilitation and environmentally natural housing for captive-born wolves and wolfdogs who have suffered from injuries, neglect or abuse.
We currently have 16 wolves and wolf dogs in our care and cannot take in many more without building more enclosures. These enclosures take great effort and time to build with the help of volunteers. In the next 15 years or less we will need to find a permanent location for our sanctuary.
While we are extremely grateful to the Shiloh Gold Hill Ranch for donating to us the use of 35 acres of their land for the rest of my lifetime, we now have an opportunity to purchase 188 acres of land for a permanent and forever location for the sanctuary. The sanctuary will be able to carry on long after I am gone.
The animals need a forever home and with the purchase of this land we will be able to construct all that is needed for them. We will also be able to take in more wolves and wolf-dogs that need a forever home. In the past two years we have had to turn down over 15 animals. Our immediate goal is to raise $125K by the end of 2018 in order to obtain the land and start construction.
The land is currently being held until the end of summer which is rapidly approaching. We have currently raised a little over $25K but still need roughly $100K to secure the land and start construction.
These 188 acres will provide us with the ability to dig a permanent well, rescue & rehabilitate injured wild wolves, foxes, and coyotes. We will also be able to provide more educational resources to the community on animal rescue and wildlife.
Please consider donating ANYTHING you can. Many of our frequent visitors and supporters have donated money and time to help us but we are running out of time!