We are raising money to benefit Forever Wild Animal Sanctuary and the recent Vet bills that have accumulated over the past couple of months. As a 501(c)-3 non-profit exotic animal rescue, we are dedicated to nurturing and supporting our animal's medical needs around the clock. Unfortunately, the vet bills have started to pile up rapidly in recent months. As many of our loyal followers know, we are home to primarily geriatric exotic animals. This means that we have a critical duty to provide continuous delicate care to most of the animals that call Forever Wild home.
Just recently, on March 2nd, we were informed by our exotic veterinarian that our precious White-faced Capuchin Monkey, Mugwi, has a possibility of having cancer. Unfortunately, we won't know for sure until this coming Friday. Other patients like Taj, our male tiger, is experiencing what we believe to be arthritis in his back legs. Diesel, our spotted leopard, is having issues with his paws. This is the result of our animals living healthy, longer lives than they usually would in the wild. But, just like us, they get older and require special care as they continue to live comfortable lives here at Forever Wild.
So, we ask our community to help us more than ever now as we journey into a new path. Any donation will help impact the beloved animals' lives in our care. Please share with everyone you know so we can reach our goal!! We hope that as a community, we can come together to help this wonderful sanctuary that helps save countless exotic animals. We want to thank everyone who donates in advance for your contribution.
- More information about Forever Wild Animal Sanctuary: Forever Wild Exotic Animal Sanctuary is a 501(c)-3 non-profit dedicated to preserving the lives of abused, neglected, illegally owned, and abandoned exotic animals through rescue, rehabilitation and education. By partnering with our community we can change animal's lives and inspire future generations. Each donation made will help us provide continuous top tier care to each of our animals.