Katie Bertoglio-Harris via Crowdrise
October 09, 2011
BENEFITING: Fund for Animals, Inc.
The facilities supported by The Fund are:
•Renamed the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch to memorialize The Fund's late founder, this flagship sanctuary is a permanent refuge for more than 1,300 animals on 1,300 acres in the rolling hills of east Texas.
•The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Southern California provides year-round medical and rehabilitative care to injured and orphaned wildlife and specializes in native predator species such as bobcats, coyotes and eagles.
•The Cape Wildlife Center in Cape Cod, Massachusetts provides emergency care as well as long-term rehabilitation to wild animals from across the southeastern corner of the state. The center also assists the 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.
•Duchess Sanctuary is a 1,120-acre facility south of Eugene, Ore., established in 2008 as an oasis for about 200 formerly abused, abandoned, neglected and homeless horses. Mares rescued from the pregnant mare urine – or PMU -- industry and their offspring make up the majority of the herd at the sanctuary. Other residents include orphaned mustangs as well as horses rescued from auctions and feedlots.
•The Rabbit Sanctuary, Inc. offers "hope for the hopless" and a home for rescued rabbits in Simpsonville, South Carolina; it is supported by The Fund for Animals and The Humane Society of the United States.