Partner Organizations 

Below is a list of links to our current partner organizations. These organizations are the beneficiaries of your donations. They use your fur coats to help rehabilitate injured and orphaned animals.

TWRC Wildlife Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operated by an efficient, dedicated volunteer and part-time staff consisting of permitted rehabilitators, students, seniors, professionals, and animal lovers.

Heckhaven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center's sole purpose is to release back into the wild, their natural environment, any and all wild born creatures which find themselves in the hands of man.

Southwest Wildlife rescues and rehabilitates wildlife that has been injured, displaced, and orphaned. Once rehabilitated, they are returned to the wild.

Alley Cat Allies is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats. An engine for social change, Alley Cat Allies was the first organization to introduce and advocate for humane methods of feral cat care, particularly Trap-Neuter-Return, in the American animal protection community.

The South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has a two-fold mission. First, to take-in injured, orphaned, and displaced native wildlife and care for them until they are able to be safely released back into the wild. Second, to try and educate the public about the importance of the wildlife and other natural resources that surround us and how to coexist within this environment.

Feed The Ferals mission is to protect the welfare of feral cats and to promote the humane treatment of these animals by providing food, shelter and healthcare. Implementing Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs and educating the community on the benefits of TNR. We are promoting community awareness of the need to spay/neuter pets, as well as, working to re-home friendly strays and removing kittens from the colony and placing them in forever homes. In addition, we are advocating for feral cats to be protected from cruelty and to live in a safe environment.

Lil' Rascal's Wildlife Rehabilitation a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator in Maine. They help injured and orphaned wildlife so they can be released back into the wild.

Helping Hands for Wildlife, Inc. is a fully certified & state licensed non-profit organization 501(c)(3) committed to the care of Connecticut’s orphaned & injured wildlife.

Wildlife Rehab, Inc. is a nonprofit organization located in Winston-Salem, NC dedicated to the preservation and care of wildlife. Established in 1985 to address the concerns of orphaned and injured wildlife, WRI has grown into an organization of well trained and dedicated volunteers. In addition to rehabilitating wildlife, they offer a series of public educational programs to public libraries, churches, schools, scout groups and State Parks.

The New Britain Youth Museum at Hungerford Park is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to enhancing the learning experience for children, young adults, and adults in Connecticut. About 200 orphaned small mammals such as squirrels, rabbits, and oppossums are cared for each year.

Second Chance for Bliss Wildlife Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization which holds state and federal licenses to rehabilitate small and large mammals, all types of wild birds and are 1 of only about 40 in the United States who are licensed to rehabilitate raccoons, skunks and bats. These animals all have very strict housing requirements that must be met in order to keep their licenses current.

Shasta Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc. (SWRR) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, orphaned and injured wildlife in Northern California. Through all of their activities, they educate and encourage our community to value the connection between people and the natural environment.

Currently, Tailors Wildlife Rescue Group fields about 3,000 phone calls a year while, most of these call are able to be humanely handled over the phone, TWRG still takes in hundreds of wildlife every season that need our help. Solely a volunteer organization, their volunteers play an important role in their goals and growth. The more volunteers willing to help, the more wildlife they can rescue, Rehabilitate, and release back into the wild.

Wildlife Rehab Center Ltd. is an independent, nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to offering the West Michigan area a reliable, high-quality resource for the rehabilitation of orphaned, abandoned, injured, or incapacitated wildlife. Licensed by both the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, they offer a very high level of practical experience, know-how, contacts, and confidence. They provide a professional and simple way to guarantee the swift and humane return of wounded animals and migratory birds to their natural habitat.

Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center provides compassionate care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild birds and mammals in Colorado for the purposes of release and education.Their vision is to reduce suffering for all animals, wild and in captivity, and to educate people so they may be responsible animal and environmental caretakers and stewards. Their wish is that no wild bird or small mammal in need of care will be turned away from EWRC.

City Wildlife’s was formed in 2008 to establish the first-ever wild animal rescue and rehabilitation center within the District of Columbia, where orphaned, sick, and injured wild animals are treated and returned to the wild. City Wildlife is to assist wildlife in the District of Columbia through rehabilitation, release to the wild, advocacy, and public education.

Oaken Acres core values are based on the premise that EVERY LIFE MATTERS. Oaken Acres does not discriminate; based on the public perception of good and bad animals (i.e. predator vs. prey, pretty vs. ugly). They teach a fundamental truth: that every species has a valuable role in the ecosystem of which we are a part. Oaken Acres accepts any wild animal native to Illinois that it is capable of caring for regardless of species, age, size or difficulty.

The Bi-State Wildlife Hotline is a nonprofit wildlife rescue, rehab, and resource assembled by a group of wildlife rehabilitators across Missouri and Illinois. Their mission is to provide the public with 24 hour easy access to wildlife information and resources. They do this by offering wildlife coexistence education, humane conflict resolution advice, wildlife rescue services, and referrals to local wildlife resources when needed.

Texas Metro Wildlife Rehabilitators (TMWR) is an organization whose primary activity is to rehabilitate and release orphaned, ill, or displaced native wildlife to a suitable environment according to Texas laws.

Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary is a 120-acre preserved farm located in Warren County, New Jersey. The wildlife rehabilitation center that provides vital care and treatment to sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.

Founded by Mary Kemp in 1989, Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release is a home based wildlife rescue center offering care for orphaned wildlife across North Texas from infancy to release.

The Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center was founded in 1997 by a group of wildlife rehabilitators and enthusiasts. Their primary mission then and now is to rescue, rehabilitate and return orphaned and injured wildlife to the wild. A second parallel and equally essential part of the mission is to provide educational opportunities for the community that promotes informed and humane interaction with native wildlife.

Back 2 The Wild Rehab is dedicated to the wildlife of Michigan. They are located in St. Clair County, but they receive calls from all over southeast Michigan. Their mission is to inform and educate the public on keeping wildlife wild. Our focus is to treat the injured, raise the orphans, and return them back to where they belong- in the wild!

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is an all volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which specializes in the rehabilitation of native Missouri mammals and is licensed by the Missouri Department of Conservation. Founded in 1989, they are firmly committed to providing top-notch care for the animals in their care and are very proud of a release rate well above the national average.

Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation (WRR) rescues orphaned, injured, and displaced wildlife and returns the majority to the wild. They also provide permanent care in large natural habitats to farmed and unreleasable wild animals. Among the latter are indigenous wildlife, non-native animals victimized by the pet trade and roadside zoos, and retirees from research facilities.

The Animal Rescue League (ARL) Wildlife Center is a fully licensed wildlife rehabilitation clinic. They specialize in the care and treatment of injured, orphaned, and ill native Pennsylvanian wildlife. All animals are admitted to their clinic with the goal of releasing them back into the wild as healthy individuals.

Possumtale Wildlife Rehabilitation specializes in rescue, rehabilitation and release of Wisconsin mammals. The small center located on 20 wooded acres 20 miles north of Madison is operated by Kelly Osborn with her husband and a small crew of dedicated fosters and volunteers.

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) organization made up of volunteers in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Their goal is not only to ensure excellent care for the 4000 sick, orphaned, or injured animals they receive annually but also to provide an extensive nature education center supplying stimulating literature and several interactive activities.

Nebraska Wildlife Rehab, Inc. (NWRI) is a not-for-profit center located in Talmage, Nebraska with the mission of rehabilitating and releasing orphaned and injured wildlife. Each valued team member takes basic and advanced classes in wildlife rehabilitation. They are also educated about the Great Plain's and Nebraska's ecosystems and their components in order to inform the public in the hope of ensuring a quality life for animals through education.

Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a 501(c)(3) organization in Pueblo and serves all of Southern Colorado. Their goal is to provide a humane home by furnishing a quality facility where the public may bring injured or orphaned wildlife for care and to be released back into their natural habitats. They also offer a variety of education programs aiming to help others gain respect for all life and spreading knowledge of their cause.

Free Again Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a 501(c)(3) corporation that depends entirely on donations and is located in Carterville, Illinois. Their purpose is to rehabilitate orphaned or injured wildlife to release back into their natural environment and to educate the public on the importance of all wildlife in nature. Their center also studies the behavior and diseases of wildlife to further protect wildlife and their environment.

Woodland Wildlife is a home based center in central Wisconsin. We have been aiding wildlife in need for 12 years now. Our specialty is small mammals, mainly rabbits, squirrels, possums, and chipmunks.

The Gold Country Wildlife Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife in the Auburn, California area. By training their volunteers not only as animal caretakers or public educators but also in aspects of animal nutrition, behavior, and habitat, they provide excellent care for their animals. Moreover, volunteers also have knowledge of natural history in order to truly meet the needs of the animals while under their care, leading to a successful release into the wild.

The Fund for Animals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center works with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to provide 24 hour veterinary and rehabilitation care for injured or orphaned wildlife in Ramona, California. They specialize in native predator species such as bobcats, coyotes, and eagles. The center also provides advocacy and has recently started a fund that further helps protect animals in the courts.

Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization whose function is to raise, rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured wild birds. They provide their service to nine counties in California and Nevada surrounding the Lake Tahoe area.

Empty Cages Collective is a New York-based animal and environmental advocacy organization that aims to provide knowledge to the public in order for animals to be recognized as fellow beings worthy of respectful and compassionate treatment. Through advocacy, education, hands-on rescue, and assistance, the ECC envisions a world free of animal exploitation, abuse, and ecologically destructive behavior.

Wildcare is a non-profit organization of volunteers trained to care for ill, injured, or orphaned native wildlife until they recover and have grown to an age where they can take care of themselves. They are then released back into the wild in an appropriate location.

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release, Inc. (WRR) is a non-profit tax exempt organization of people who share a common concern for orphaned and injured wildlife. Members include licensed rehabilitators who care for orphaned and injured birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles in their homes. Volunteers assist with the care of wild animals brought to the Animal Humane Society (AHS) in Golden Valley, Minnesota, and provide education and guidance through written material, recorded messages, and educational programs. Volunteers also support WRR through fundraising, publicity, and other numerous support activities.

The Wildcat Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit, no-kill rescue facility, located in Sandstone, Minnesota. TWS provides for the humane rescue and sheltering of unwanted, mistreated, and neglected privately owned wildcats that pose a risk to public safety.

Rainbow's End Wildlife Rehab
4900 Morning Aire Lane
Coloma, MI 49038

Rescue and rehabilition groups that would like to become partners in the Cuddle Coats program should contact us.