If you would like to join us for an exclusive tour of the sanctuary, the opportunity presents itself trice a month. Tour dates are scheduled for March and April and we are accepting reservations. For more information on our tours and to reserve your seat, please visit us at https://forestanimalrescue.org/meet-the-animals/visiting-the-sanctuary/
Everyone should be snuggling today – Cody and Oatmeal are setting a great example. Happy Valentine’s Day from everyone at Forest Animal Rescue. Remember not to eat the roses today.
Bunco Charity Event When: February 17, 2017 6:30pm – ? $20 Donation Benefits: Forest Animal Rescue, Interfaith Emergency Services and Humane Society of Marion County Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets will be on sale for lovely baskets, split the pot, a lotto board and booze buckets. Great, highly energetic music will be provided by[…]
Instead of hibernating in Colorado, they are playing in their pool! Since their arrival at Forest Animal Rescue just before Christmas, Cody and Oatmeal have been playing nonstop. They are incredibly happy with their new home in sunny Florida…and they haven’t even experienced the best part yet! They are loving their pool, climbing platform and[…]
The new tigers and bears have settled in beautifully – as we complete the construction of their acreage homes, we need to keep them occupied… Will you help us to buy toys for them? Juanita already showed us how much she enjoys the ball we gave her, but it has seen better days and she[…]
All of the humans (and animals) at Forest Animal Rescue wish you the best as we welcome 2017! Oatmeal thought it would be a good idea to blow a horn and make some noise! She wants to remind everyone that you still have until midnight to receive a tax deduction for any gifts made to[…]
Once again, all of the animals at Forest Animal Rescue enjoyed Christmas as much as we did. The new tigers and bears behaved as if this is the first time they had seen enrichment like this- they were a real joy to watch. Since they never had access to live trees in Colorado, some of[…]
As 2016 draws to a close, Forest Animal Rescue enters its 19th year of operation. Together we have achieved a great deal, and YOU have contributed mightily to our many accomplishments. Here are a few highlights: We have rescued hundreds of wild animals with nowhere else to go, providing them with a safe and nourishing[…]