Winter is just around the corner! Wild at Heart needs your support to help our critters stay warm and healthy over the winter months. As most of you know, heating costs rise during this time and with an 8,000 sq ft. building, these costs often get very expensive.
We do over-winter animals in order to make sure they are ready to be reintroduced into the wild during the spring/summer. We have a lot of turtles that eat a lot of earthworms! Nuts, almonds and the sort are always needed for our over-wintered birds and some mammals.
To help us, please click the donate button! Your support is needed and greatly appreciated!
Our moose calf Ella broke her leg and we need your help. She was playing in her pen when she fell down, and her hind leg broke. We are driving her down to the Large Animal Clinic at the University of Guelph Veterinary College for surgery – it’s a complicated break and we need experts for the repair. There are some risks involved with the surgery, and the break is severe, but the veterinarians think there’s a decent chance that it will heal. We are determined to do our best to give her every chance to live a wild life again. Please keep Ella in your thoughts today and wish her good luck, she’s going to need it. The cost is estimated at $2,000, but it may be more. We need your help to cover these unexpected costs.
The Grade 7/8 class from Copper Cliff Public School held a book sale and raised $351.45 for Wild at Heart!
Thank you so much!
All your hard work is going to make a huge difference for the animals coming into our centre!
It’s your dedication that makes rescuing wildlife possible!
We are very happy to announce that Matthew Carroll’s Grade 5/6 class at Chelmsford Public School fundraised $775 for Wild At Heart, and collected many boxes of donated items!
That was a huge accomplishment completed in less than a month, and we are very thankful!
The animals are going to benefit greatly from the hard work put in by these students!