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We at Native Animal Rescue (NAR) are grateful to live in a caring community where people take time out of their busy lives to help distressed wildlife. Your acts of kindness make it possible for NAR to care for over 1,500 animals a year and release many of these back to the wild. Kindness takes many forms: the community members who rescue distressed wild animals and bring them to NAR, the volunteers
who feed and care for the animals, and your donations that provide the food and supplies these animals need. Native Animal Rescue of Santa Cruz County is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned native wildlife. NAR relies almost solely on private donations. Your donations go towards everything we need to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife.

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