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February 9, 2011

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Review from Guidestar
February 9, 2011

In the role selection bo I have been able to select only one category which doesn't tell the whole story. I have known these wonderful people for 14 years and thank goodness there are folks like these out there because we have rescued five lost souls during this time and would have had little luck in finding "anyone" that would have even taken an interest in rescuing some of what we have taken there. God bless Fellow Mortals.

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I have known these wonderful people for 14 years and thank goodness there are folks and organisations such as these because we have rescued five lost souls during this time and would have had little luck in finding "anyone" that would have even taken an interest in taking and caring for them. God bless Fellow Mortals, Incredible People Doing Incredible Work.

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I would not change anything about this organisation

February 8, 2011

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Review from Guidestar
February 8, 2011

I appreciate knowing that 'Fellow Mortals' is in our area to help the injured and/or mistreated wildlife in our county. Our wildlife has been losing its habitat as our countryside becomes more developed. Injury to these animals occur with this increase of the population.

'Fellow
Mortals' is always there to help these creatures in need. That is why I donate as I can to this worthwhile organization.

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I would require the County to charge developers a certain percentage of their project costs to help fund this organization. People move to our communities in this county because of our country environment- which includes our wildlife. They need to show their support to maintain this lifestyle.

February 8, 2011

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February 8, 2011

Our area is blessed to have an organization like Fellow Mortals. By saving thousands injured and helpless animals every year, they raise all of us to a higher level. When we show compassion for these poor creatures, it changes us by opening our hearts.

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Fellow Mortals has given me valuable advice

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I would try to grow even more.

February 6, 2011

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February 6, 2011

I discovered Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital when my cat got out of the house one spring day and injured a young bunny. I called the local animal shelter and they directed me Fellow Mortals. I took the bunny as soon as they called me and entrusted it to their loving care.

Fortunately,
the bunny's injuries were not life threatening and it fully recovered.

Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital is a guardian angel to the wildlife whose habitat we infringe on with our urban sprawl and dangerous vehicles. It does my heart good to see the work that they do so selflessly on a daily basis.

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Through their selfless and loving care, the bunny I took to them was rehabilitated.

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What this organization needs is more funds, so it can help every creature that comes its way. I am trying to help with donations.

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How likely is it that you would recommend that a friend donate to this group?

Definitely

How likely are you to donate to this group again?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

February 4, 2011

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February 4, 2011

One afternoon a couple years ago, my husband ran into the house all
flustered. He told me there was a baby bird on the ground that had
fallen from a nest in the tree. I lifted the bird up and removed it from the
hot sun. I began doing some research to find an organization that
could
help me with the baby bird. I didn't know if the mother bird would refuse to
care for it after I had touched it. I found the name of Fellow Mortals & their number from
a neighborhood store that I buy birdseed from. I called and left them a
message. Someone returned my call in about 10 minutes. She advised
me to place the bird back in the nest and then check on the nest to see
if the mother was going to return to feed the babies. One or the other of us watched the nest with our binoculars. Behold! Within about
30 minutes, the mother bird returned with food and proceeded to feed
ALL the baby birds. My husband & I were so happy & relieved that the
baby was going to recieve sustenance. I went to Fellow Mortals the
following day and thanked them profusely for helping us. When my
husband & I were so baffled as to what to do, the Fellow Mortals
Intern was very calming and helpful. I wrote a donation check. When
I read about the organization and that they work strictly on donations,
I knew that they needed financial help if we were going to keep them
helping injured & orphaned wildlife. Ever since, I have felt blessed to
have such a wonderful, compassionate, hard-working, and educational organization to help our wildlife. I feel honored to have
Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital as a part of my life.

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Lake Geneva Wisconsin. Fellow Mortals asked if I would like to re-introduce a rehabilitated red-tailed hawk onto my property. I have quite a few acres. We all said our goodbyes to the hawk and watched as his healed wings carried him through the sky. I could not help but cry because the sight was so beautiful. .

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like to see them expand to be able to take care of even more animals and be able to have the time to educate even more of the public about our precious wildlife.

February 1, 2011

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February 1, 2011

I became aware of Fellow Mortals when there was a wonderful article about them in the Kenosha News a while ago. When I read that they did not discriminate.....they show the same amount of care, love, and compassion to a squirrel, as well as a bald eagle, I was compelled to donate to them. They keep you abreast of their new " clients": their progress, and hopefully their release back into the real world. As Mohandas Gandhi wrote,"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Well, Fellow Mortals make us look pretty good.
What else can be said about an organization that tries their hardest to relieve the suffering of innocent creatures, all while feeling their pain at the same time?

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I have not personally brought in an animal. I would though if needed. I have experienced results over facebook, however, as a duck could swim again with a new "shoe", as animals are returned to the wild after they are saved.

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give them more equipment, funding, and space.

April 23, 2010

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April 23, 2010

Thank goodness for a place like Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital. I have brought several animals to the hospital over the years and have always left with a very good feeling knowing the animal will get the best care. They are the best at what they do. They send out a newsletter a few times a year and what an uplifting feeling I get when I am done reading their stories.

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The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

professional, never tired of helping one more animal that came thru the door and dedicated.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every month

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

April 10, 2010

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April 10, 2010

It has been a change of life and thought for me.I see a higher life has given me an opportunity to help than be a burden on wildlife, and to see the light in their eyes of those who give up vacations, fancy stuff and devote their lives to taking care of our fellow mortals. God Bless Them. Nick

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my life. If I was an animal and got hurt, I would hope somebody would bring me to fellow mortals and have them take care of me.

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How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every six months

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

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