I cannot count how many little beings we have brought to Fellow Mortals for care over the past 30 plus years. From orphaned to gravely injured, we have known that we could turn to Fellow Mortals, and they would be there ... and they always have been. Yvonne and Steve, and their entire team of caring staff members, goes above and beyond in providing services not only to the wildlife brought to them, but to the public as well. They combine dedication, compassion, and skilled knowledge into each and every life they come in contact with. The thing that amazes me always, is that in spite of being a hospital, their place is always filled with peace and calm. It is a professional setting ... clean, organized and filled with the equipment needed to diagnose and treat these beings, but there is an atmosphere of such peace and well being throughout the entire facility. Each species has been accommodated for, with space reflecting it's natural habitat. Each individual gets individual care. Each animal or bird is treated as if they were the only one there. As an animal lover, advocate, and protector, I have dealt with many organizations over the years. There are many good ones out there, thankfully, but none come close to Fellow Mortals. They give 100% in everything they do, every single time. Caring for wildlife, is their passion. It is their life. 365 days a year. They are the best.
SIMPLY THE BEST. How LUCKY we are in SE Wisconsin to have Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital. I have brought many injured/orphaned wild ones to FM over the past 20 years and have always been so impressed with the compassion and care the individuals at Fellow Mortals have shown to the wild animals. It is such a relief to know they exist and if and when I find a injured one, I have somewhere to go to get them some help. I have learned some many things from the staff over the years and I am a better person for being involved with Fellow Mortals. I donate to them monthly and trust them with my donation...That is very important also. Please consider donating to this upstanding and compassionate hospital.
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.
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