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Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Wildlife Preservation & Protection, Wildlife Sanctuaries

Mission: To rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife, and to provide sanctuary, individualized care, and a voice for other animals in need.

Results: In 2011, WRR rescued over 7,000 animals and fielded more than 6,000 calls on our emergency wildlife hotline while providing sanctuary to over 600 permanent residents.

Target demographics: General public

Direct beneficiaries per year: 6,000 wild animals and ~10,000 citizens

Programs: The organization received animals for rehabilitation and release back into the wild. It also provides a permanent home for approximately 600 resident, non-releasable indigenous wildlife, non-native wildlife and farmed animals.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Over the years my family has been able to rely on Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation when we have found or come across injured wildlife, or wildlife that needs help. The staff at WRR are always kind and caring. WRR is a valuable resource to our surrounding community.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

It's should give everyone a warm feeling inside to know there is an organization as caring for our animal friends as Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WRR) in Kendalia, Texas. The center is completely staffed by volunteers and the life, to include quality of life, of animals is their first priority. The WRR strives to rehabilitate wildlife and return them to the wild, but if that's not possible, they provide a home for and expert care for the animals. Animals give us so much, and WRR gives back to nature all they can. Bless them all!

Sandra N.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am a previous WRR volunteer and have seen the magnitude of effort and work that goes into helping these animals. It's truly amazing! Animals range from lions to baby birds. I can't say enough great things about Ms. Cuny, the staff and volunteers. These animals have found refuge from horrible conditions. If they can't be released back into their environment, then they are cared for with respect on grounds. Many kudos to WRR!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My family have been supporters of the WRR for along time. Their work is untiring and selfless. The continually prove to me that their rescue work and their efforts to educate the public are superb.