The rehabilitation of wild animals is fast becoming a field more appreciated and recognized as a profession. The need for more facilities and rehabilitators is evident by the sheer number of animals that are found each year in need of help.

Although we are state and federally permitted to handle and treat injured wild animals, we are not financially supported by either entity. The space, land, caging, supplies, food, medications, and veterinary care needed to treat wild animals and the education required to learn what a rehabilitator needs to know, is all acquired on our own time and at our own expense.

We are able to offset a lot of these costs through group fund raising, individual donations, newsletter solicitations and trust funds. The education is acquired by attending wildlife conferences, working with veterinarians, and training under other rehabilitators.

Rehabilitators field phone calls  and educate the public on living with these urban immigrants. We take a history on each animal brought in, examine, clean and suture any wounds, stabilize, wrap fractures and start the animal on a course of antibiotics. We also administer fluids if the animal is dehydrated. The rehabilitator must be familiar with the species in order to start each animal on the proper diet. All of this is done out of the rehabber’s home, with limited funds and space,

We are well aware that those of us who are in a position to be hands-on with the animals would not have been afforded this opportunity if it were no’t for the contributions made by those volunteers and individuals like you who faithfully continue to support and donate to our cause. If it weren’t for our supporters we would not be able to continue the work we do.

We operate as a team.


Tax ID#: 77-0390358
501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code

(If you prefer to make a tax deductible donation, please call Simi Valley (805) 581-3911)

Other Ways You Can Help

  • Volunteer

  • Transporter

  • Cash Donations

  • Gift Cards: Home Depot, Office Depot, Costco, California Cage Works, Smart N Final

  • Food Supplies: Science Diet Puppy, Pedigree dog food, Cat food (kibble), Esbilac (puppy formula), KMR (kitten formula), Exact (hand feeding baby formula), Nuts & Seeds, Wild bird seed, Pigeon seed, Monkey Chow (zupreem), Baby Food (Beef), Pedialyte

  • Center Supplies: Animal Carriers, Heating pads, Towels, Hand Towels, Water bottles, Dawn dish soap, Simple Green, Antibacterial hand sanitizer, Laundry soap, Disposable gloves, Welding gloves, Paper towels, Sponges, Bleach, Potted Plants, Astro turf (perches), Shade Cloth, Digital video camera, Laser printer

  • Medical Supplies: Vetwrap, Stainless forceps, Q tips, Cotton tipped applicators, Gauze 2 x 2, Cast padding, tape

  • Sutures: 5-0 Vicryl Rapide synthetic absorbable, 4-0 PDS *II synthetic absorbable

  • Sterile Syringes: Insulin ½ cc + 1cc; 1cc, 3cc, 10cc, 20cc, 35, 60

  • Sterile Needles: 27g, 26g3/8, 25g 5/8, 22g, 20g, Feeding tubes and Urethral catheter, Kendall Sovereign French size 3, 5,10,12

  • Medications: Lactated Ringers, Normosol, Sodium Chloride 0.9%, Sterile water, Triple antibiotic ointment, Neosporin, Non steroid eye ointment, Gentamicin ophthalmic drops, Injectable Baytril 100mg/ml, Baytril 22.7 mg/ml inj. + tabs, Panacur paste or granules, Injectable Ivermectin, Bactrim, Metacam Oral suspension