Horses once tethered to stalls for years find refuge at the Duchess Sanctuary. Animals once abused and neglected can live peaceful and private lives at the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch.
At The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center, injured native wildlife is rehabilitated and released, and the center's permanent residents—wild animals once a part of the exotic pet trade—will live out their lives cared for and undisturbed. And at the Cape Wildlife Center injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife are given a second chance at life.
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Contributions to The Fund for Animals are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. No goods or services were received in exchange for this transaction. The FFA’s tax identification number is 13-6218740.