South Florida Wildlife Center Finds Foster Homes For 100’s Of Its Smallest Patients


CBSHADNEWS SOUTHFLORIDA WILDLIFE CENTER TO TREAT INJURED ANIMALS. ALL OF THE ANIMALS HAVE TO BE MOVED. CWS EXPLAINS WHY. WE’RE HERE AT THE SOUTH FLORIDA WILDLIFE CENTER IN FORT LAUDERDALE WITH DR. RENATA SNIDER. A BUSY DAY FOR YOU. VERY BUSY. WE ARE ALWAYS IN HURRICANE PREP MODE 72 HOURS OUT FROM A STORM AND EVERYBODY HAS THEIR HANDS FULL. WE HAD 4211 ANIMALS ON THE PROPERTY WHEN I CAME IN THIS MORNING. WOW. AND I AM HEARING ALL OF THEM ARE GOING TO BE FOSTERED. THEY ARE NOT STAYING HERE. WE HAVE BEEN RELEASING ANYTHING THAT WAS RELEASE-READY OR CLOSE TO. ANIMALS HAVE AN AMAZING IMPACT OF. THEY ARE SAFER OR BEING FREE. BY THE END OF THE DAY TODAY, IF YOU HAVEN’T BEEN RELEASED, YOU ARE DEFINITELY GOING INTO FOSTER CARE. VOLUNTEERS THAT ARE TAKING THEM TO THEIR HOMES IN CAGES. WE HAVE 200 ACTIVE VOLUNTEERS AT THE SOUTH FLORIDA WILDLIFE CENTER. THESE SQUIRRELS LOOK HEALTHY TO ME. THEY ARE HEALTHY — HAPPY AND HEALTHY. IN THE WILD, THEY WOULD STILL BE LEARNING HOW TO CLIMB AND HOW TO FORAGE. IF WE RELOS THEM RIGHT BEFORE A STORM, THEY WOULD BE DOOMED. AND YOU CAN HELP THESE ANIMALS GO ON THEIR WEBSITE AT

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