Kildare Animal Foundation was set up 23 years ago to care for sick, injured and neglected animals.
Our specialists Wildlife section was opened in 2012 and set up to care for the many sick, injured and orphaned Irish wildlife that simply had no where to go.
We treat and release hundreds of wildlife patients of many different species each year. These animals come from all over Ireland and are cared by trained wildlife rehabilitators and rescued by our wildlife response team.
We are now preparing for the 2017 orphan season. This is our busiest time of year usually starting from April until September. We are appealing for funds from members of the public and other groups to purchase specialist cages that will make our patients more comfortable, easier to clean and reduce noise.
They are expensive but will last a life time and will be a huge step forward in our wildlife rehabilitation efforts. We promise you that these units will be of great benefit to our wildlife patients, volunteers and inturn the community.
If you can help in anyway with this project please do. We will keep everyone updated and post pictures when the money is raised and the units purchased.
- James Oliver
- Vladislav Vlasenko
- Heather Traynor