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Food Drive Underway for Rescued Wildlife

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As of Aug. 9, Kendalia’s Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Center — the place panicked Canyon Lake residents call when they find injured or abandoned animals — cared for more than 7,200 animals on its 212-acre sanctuary.

Now the non-profit needs residents’ help feeding the record numbers of animals it’s taken in this year.

Through Aug. 12, food can be dropped off at WRR’s San Antonio location, 1354 Basse Rd., or at the sanctuary in Kendalia, 335 Old Blanco Rd. Drop-off locations are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

To shop online, call in a purchase at Locke Hill Feed in San Antonio, 210-691-2351, or Strutty’s Feed & Pet in Spring Branch, 830-438-8998. WRR will pick up.

Donations also can be made online at Wildlife-Rescue.org/FoodDriveforWildlife.

Personal shoppers, add these items to your list:

Layer Crumbles ($11.50/bag) — Feed more than 67 permanent resident chickens, ducks and geese.

Fawn Pellets ($25.59/bag) — In 2018, WRR’s received 332 orphaned fawns and spent $6,208.40 on specialized infant formula. As fawns grow and self-feed, the need for fawn pellets increases.

Purina ProPlan Dog/Cat Food (any size) — Supplements natural diets of native wildlife.

Wrangler All-Stock Pellets 12%

Monkey Chow

For more information, visit wildlife-rescue.org or call 830-336-2725.


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