Help a big wet cat out

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Serenity Springs Wildlife Center recently put out a call for financial assistance, due to all the recent rains. This is its appeal, followed by some photos I snapped back in 2012, during drier times:
First we must thank everyone for all your support. As you know our facility is a 501c3 Non-profit organization. We exist because of you. Our favorite saying is, "They are why we do it, You are how we do it!". The recent storms and abundance of rain although needed has caused many issues for us. The most recent being the poor turnout for our 1st Fundraiser of the year Family Fun Day. We have had the added expense of buying an Industrial pump because many of the enclosures were full of water and needed to be drained. Rental of additional equipment and manpower as well has put a huge dent in our budget. This also lead to higher electric bills as well. While tour numbers have been decreased. Once again we must ask for your assistance to make it through. We have ongoing medical bills as well due to the fact that we do not refuse a home to any animals in need. Several facilities pick and choose younger and healthier animals. We deny none of them. We have many that came to our facility when we first opened and are now quite old requiring additional care. We have to Fundraisers going on at this time that can be donated to. I have provided a link to make it easy, every little bit helps! You may also mail a check to SSWC PO Box 112, Calhan, CO 80808

Purrs, Chuffs, and Lions Songs,

Julie Walker
Director of Operations
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  • Matthew Schniper

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  • Matthew Schniper

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  • Matthew Schniper


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