Help Keep A Wild One warm this winter
What’s a rescued African Serval supposed to do on a cold Minnesota winter day?
Cuddle with a friend in a warm and cozy hammock! That is, if you’re O’Malley and live at the Wildcat Sanctuary.
Your support brings happiness to O’Malley every day now that he’s at his forever home. O’Malley, and other African Servals, were sadly bred for profit and sold as pets. Now, because of YOU, he’ll spend the rest of his life wild at heart at The Wildcat Sanctuary.
With your generous help, they’ll all stay warm this winter!
As most of you know, it gets cold in Minnesota! Some winter days here are well below zero and it’s our job to keep all our cats, like O’Malley, warm and safe from the elements.
This holiday season, you can give a gift that’s both heartwarming and habitat warming.
Your help allows cats like O’Malley to live wild at heart. He’s our largest serval on the property and the first wanting to be fed. Though, when it’s nap time, you can find him curled up in his hammock with roommate Denali. Because of YOU, he enjoys an open space natural habitat with other cats. He receives wholesome food and excellent vet care. He can escape the extreme cold in his heated building and enjoy sunny winter days high upon a perch.
Keeping more than 100 cats of all sizes and origins warm is a big job. Our electric bill alone can reach more than $3500 a month during the winter and it takes hundreds of gallons of propane to operate the in-floor heating system in our five main animal buildings.
Won’t you help by becoming a Holiday Hero? Donations of $100, $50 or even $25 will go a long way to insure each cat at the Sanctuary is provided with heated dens, bedding and temperature-controlled shelters.
Your heartwarming holiday gift means warm paws for O’Malley and all the residents at the Sanctuary!
P.S. Just $50 a month will provide a comfortable hammock for a wild one at The Sanctuary. Please make your tax-deductible donation today.
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