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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.

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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

Years ago, I took a hummingbird with a broken wing to WWR. They had several at the time, and I was impressed by the scope of the operation. Since then, I have been a supporter. Besides feeling wonderful about all the Animals who are saved and given meaningful lives, I am a fan of the touching stories written by the founder about the Animals and their lives. These stories have meant so much to me; they show me the great law of Love that rules the universe. Please support this wonderful organization.


Rating: 5

I am actually a donor and a client served. WRR has helped us previously with an injured humming bird (my husband couldn't believe an organization would aid a humming bird but they didn't hesitate) and just this last Sat. night we drove by a deer with it's leg caught in a barb wire fence and badly injured. They drove over an hour to the location at midnight to rescue her. I've toured their facility (I have volunteered at their annual fund raiser) and these folks do is absolutely amazing. There is not a living creature they do not help in anyway they can. Not only are they compassionate but they are organized and effective. I have and will continue to support them any way I can!


Rating: 5

The wonderful people at WRR in Kendalia, TX, are the most caring of any animal organizations I ever encountered. They are selfless and always respond promptly to any requests for assistance 24/7. They tirelessly work to raise funds and truly use donations for the welfare of the animals in their care. THE BEST! I will continue to support them in their heartfelt mission.