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Each year, thousands of animals come to us in desperate need of healing and care, which skilled staff and volunteers at our five animal care centers provide. While the animals receive care and get a second chance at life, our campaigns work to end the intentional cruelty and accidental suffering that result in abuse and injury to animals in the first place. Learn more about our care centers—and meet the animals that your support allows us to rescue and save each year.  

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News from the Animal Care Centers

  • July 28, 2014

    SFWC Rescues Mottled Ducklings from Storm Drain

    The South Florida Wildlife Center’s rescue team works daily with the South Florida community to rescue wildlife from life-threatening situations. One of the more frequent calls the team receives is to help orphaned or injured ducklings. Because the climate is so mild in South Florida, baby season extends well beyond springtime, so ducklings are frequent year-round visitors to the SFWC veterinary center.

  • July 16, 2014

    Emaciated Bobcat Rehabilitated at FFAWC

    When your backyard is a national forest, seeing—and avoiding—wild animals is a fact of life. So when a couple in San Diego County, whose home borders the Cleveland National Forest, saw a bobcat on their property they didn’t think much of it, until they noticed it was acting strange.

  • June 26, 2014

    House Resolution in Support of Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers Praised

    The Humane Society of the United States praised the introduction of a Congressional resolution recognizing the important role experienced and accredited wildlife rehabilitation centers play in caring for native wildlife in communities across the country.

  • June 26, 2014

    SFWC Saves Opossum Family

    When a local resident found a weak and thin opossum mother and babies, she quickly brought them to the South Florida Wildlife Center for treatment. Thankfully, it was just in the nick of time.

  • June 24, 2014

    New Equine Handling Facility Opens at Black Beauty

    On a beautiful day at the end of March, Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch opened the doors of its newly constructed equine handling facility to provide medical evaluations and vaccinations to our 500 plus rescued equine residents.

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