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Causes: Animals, Protection of Endangered Species, Wildlife Preservation & Protection, Wildlife Sanctuaries

Mission: JNK's Call of the Wild Sanctuary is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered and wildlife. Our first priority is providing homes for displaced, re-homed, adopted and rescued exotics, and to educate the public about the dangers to the survival of these species in the wild and in captivity through exhibits and seminars.

Programs: *Internships *Externships *Zookeeper for a Day Daycamp for Kids

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

8

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This hellhole has been shut down and the animals who were literally thirsting and starving to death were rescued by true sanctuary organizations. Unfortunately, not all of the animals survived. One tiger, Kimba, was suffering a massive e. coli infection because the sadistic ghouls that ran this place couldn't even be bothered to clean the cages, thus forcing the animal to sit in its own feces.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

JnK's Call of the Wild is an awesome experience that is one of a kind in this area. Im currently a veterinary assistant student and for my externship I choose to complete my hours with them. Ever since I was little I always wanted to work with big cats. They gave me the opportunity. I would recommend to any person with a love for wild and exotic animals to come and volunteer there time to JnK's. It will be an experience like no other.

1 Kaycee C.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

hello, i help out where ever i can when it come to jnk i also donate a lot of things like meat, and stuff around my house i no loner want or need. Jnk call of the wild is a nice relaxed place, so if you are having a stressful day just go on up to jnk look at all the beautiful animals and you will forget about what ever it was.. plus little kids would love to see this place.