Jackson the rescued green-wing macaw shows off after his shower.
7 years ago
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Critter Camp News July 27, 2008
Five Dollar Fundraiser
It's time for Critter Camp's
(Not to be confused with Subway's $5 footlong!) Can you spare a measly little "fin" to help care for our feathered, furry, and scaly rescued critters? Prickleball says, "Do it now! And ask your friends to give too!"
ZooToo Photo ContestVote for Jackson the Macaw and Flash the Fennec Fox in the ZooToo Photo contests today!
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Critter Camp receives no public or government funding-
We rely on the kindness of fellow animal lovers to feed and care for all 236 rescued critters here!
No donation is too small (or large :)
At a certain point re-homing pets, particularly the unusual and exotic ones, at all costs often serves only to make the people involved feel better about themselves, irregardless of the stability and continuity of care the elderly, abused or ill animal actually needs. Euthanizing such animals brings the rescuer down to the universally despised level of "puppy-mills" in that if an animal is no longer useful to humans it must be killed. This is incredibly heartbreaking. Again, people bred every one of these pet animals for human enjoyment and/or profit, therefore we as humans have an obligation to provide the best of care for these animals for their entire lives, whether or not they are "pet quality."
Visit Critter Camp's Information Table and meet a few of our rescued critters at :
The The Stephenson County Convention and Visitor's Center on Friday August 8 from 2-6pm
Critter Camp is a registered 501c3 tax exempt not-for-profit charitable organization. All donations are tax deductable. Receipts available upon request.
Critter Camp is a member of the Rockford Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Illinois Center for Nonprofit Excellence
Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary | 824 Church Street | German Valley | IL | 61039