Helping Us

We need your support to be able to help wildlife. As CT Licensed Wildlife Rehabbers, we are volunteers; no paychecks, stipends or discounts. We are responsible for taking care of wildlife in our possession and all the expenses incurred. From food, formula, supplies, medications, vet bills, cages, outdoor enclosures and anything else needed comes out of each rehabber's pocket. Our Center will like to help the future rehabbers and new rehabbers start with our support; our support comes through your donations?! 

There are many ways to donate: Paypal, Wishlists, Backyard Donations, Used Items Donations, Volunteer your skills, Volunteer to Transport, and Company Donations.Do you have another way to help out? Please let us know!

Donate!

Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Make a Donation and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause, and every little bit counts towards saving a wildlife animal's life! Please donate to us using Paypal.

Click on the PayPal image to use PayPal.

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Our Current FB Fundraiser!

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Baby season is not over!!! New batches of birds, and mammals are needing assistance. Many of these will need assistance for all of Fall and some even through the Winter!

Support us as we raise these abandoned/orphaned wildlife babies and rehab injured/sick wildlife. Without your help, we would not be able to help wildlife or rehabbers.

Company Donations

Our organization is a 501c Non Profit. We are able to give you a receipt for your company's tax write off. If your company would like to donate to us financially, products or services, please contact us at:

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Purchase much needed items!

Our Center is always in need of these items that you can purchase online and have them sent to us or you can purchase them in the stores. Please click on the store icon to be taken directly to our wish list. 

Squirrels And More is owned and run by Chris Clark, a CT licensed wildlife rehabber. Many of our supplies are bought here.

Please choose us as your charity on Amazon Smiles by clicking on the Amazon Smiles with "Support" on it. Amazon Smiles is the same company as Amazon, same products, same prices and your same account but Amazon will donate .5% of your purchases total through the year (for all your purchases) to our Center.

You can check out our Amazon Wishlist by clicking on the image of Amazon Smiles to the right. If you want to use the list as a suggestive list topurchase these items at a local store, please do!

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Backyard Donations

These items are much needed, free in your backyards or neighborhood but as rehabbers we are too busy to collect them. Please collect them when brown, and that they have no holes that bugs may live in. Take off the hats off the acorns. Even children can help collect to donate! 

Used Items Donation

Many of the expensive items we need you may no longer need. We are always in need of ferret/chincilla/sugar glidar cages, guinea pig/rabbit cages, rabbit hutches, hard and soft carriers, dog kennels, etc. Ask your family and friends that had a pet recently passed to donate items to us in their pet's memory.

Volunteer Your Skills

We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the work we do at Claws N Paws Rehabilitation Center. We are always looking for folks that can help us by building nesting boxes and outdoor enclosures. Get in touch with any questions about how you can volunteer your skills!

Volunteer to Transport

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As volunteer Licensed Rehabbers, we have our commitments to our wildlife, our work and our families. We do not have the luxury of time to pick up a distressed animal that a finder is unable to transport. We treasure our transporter for they can make a positive difference in the animal's survival rate. If you are interested in volunteering as a transporter, please join this FB group.

 

Please click on the photo abovet to join Connecticut Wildlife Transport group on FB.