Yes! I want to help the animals cared for by Cape Wildlife Center and The Fund for Animals.
Caretakers are doing everything they can to shelter animals like this red-tailed hawk from the fierce winter storm.
UPDATED: February 12, 2015, 2:44 PM ET
Record-setting snow accumulations have pummeled the Cape Wildlife Center and jeopardized the CWC's capacity to care for patients already in the center as well as new patients harmed and displaced by the storm. Expenses are adding up to an alarming figure due to property damage and rapidly depleting food and medical supplies. By donating, you can help replenish our food and medical stocks, repair our facilities and ensure that we can continue protecting the animals under our care.
At the Cape Wildlife Center we provide emergency care and long-term rehabilitation to injured, orphaned and sick wildlife. The center also assists our community with humane solutions to wildlife difficulties, and along with other education programs, sponsors an externship program for students interested in veterinary medicine and/or wildlife rehabilitation.
Your donation will be used to provide medical care, rehabilitation, and enrichment for the animals at the Cape Wildlife as well as to support other vital programs of The Fund for Animals.
We'll send you news and stories about our animals and the work of each Fund for Animals care center.
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