EJ Taylor, The Taylor Family Foundation
Steve and Bethany Kellam, Tybee Time
Don Mullins & Heather Athey
Christine & Jeffery Madere
Jenny Orr – Fannies on the Beach
Steve and Bethany Kellem Tybee Time
Mary and Josh Kann
Rashaun Bush, Pick a Pet
Casey and Jeff Schwaarts
Virginia and John
Send Nicole an email with your logo attached and she'll include it below.
Signage and Printing:
James Gerbasi of Gerbasi Signs
Dr Bailey at Effingham Animal Hospital
Dr. Kyle Christianson at Cedar animal Hospital
Dr. Hunter at Richmond Hill Animal Hospital
Dr. Brandy Bragg at Rice Hope Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Morris a Morris Animal Hospital
Thank you to all. Without your kindness and generosity we could not do all we do to save Southeast Georgia's injured and orphaned wildlife.
Thank you to our recent animal sponsors:
Bethany and Steve Kellam - prairie dogs, in honor of Chip
Jeffery and Kristine - Tank the tortoise
The Taylor family foundation - Buggie the hedgehog
Danny Groves - bearded dragons and Corn snakes
Mr. and Mrs Andrew DiCarlo - Bethany the Deer in honor of Jonathon Dean Madere
Wild Life Critters Circle of Life is a Georgia non-profit organization. We do what we do through the support of sponsors like these, dozens of volunteer hours each week, and generous donations of feed, fencing and shelter building materials. Thank you all.
Three infant beavers came to us after the flood of the Ogeechee river in early March. Our friend Robbie brought them in. A baby beaver is called a "kit." Pico, pictured, and his brother and sister had pneumonia after their den along with their mom and dad were swept away in the current. They are doing much better now but it takes two years to rehabilitate kits and return them to the wild. They eat a special 30/50 Beaver milk (30% protein / 50% fat) that we have to order from a specialty pharmacy. A three week supply costs $98. Click here to help the beaver kits.
With over 30 years combined experience, we are a small licensed non-profit organization. We are called rehabilitate small mammals and reptiles. We care for the wildlife from bottled babies to weaned age along with injured adults and release them back to their natural habitat.