WRR Asks Public to Support Its Permanent Residents on Giving Tuesday
Several wild animals who cannot be released back into their natural environments and farmed animals rescued from the auction block and neglect need your help.
They’re permanent residents at Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation’s (WRR) 212-acre animal sanctuary near Kendalia, and Katie Fine, director of Development and Outreach, hopes the public will donate towards the nutritional, medical and psychological needs of these 10 animals on #GivingTuesday2021, a global giving campaign.
“For both, WRR has committed to keeping them healthy, comfortable and cared for while they live out their days with us,” she said.
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WRR already has rescued 10,000 animals so this year and anticipates saving another 2,000 before year’s end.
“These numbers represent the lives of every individual animal who was rescued from life-threatening circumstances,” Fine said. “Because the number of animals who need WRR increases every year, we look to you for your support, which is the foundation of our work to aid every animal brought to our doors.”
WRR serves San Antonio and Texas and also rescues animals from around the United States.