We are THRILLED to announce that we are up to $9,704 for Cricket! Sending lots of thanks for the kindness you have shown for this little Serval! 🐯
We are grateful for all the donations we’ve received from you and excited to share that we’ve raised $3,070 so far!! But we have even more incredible news! THE LINDGREN FOUNDATION has offered to MATCH $10,000 to help us reach $20,000! Woo Hoo!! This is an amazing offer and we can’t be more excited to have their help! So let’s make it happen, PLEASE make a donation and have it count twice for these two abused servals that will come to live at WildCat Ridge Sanctuary and thrive after the neglect and abuse they’ve lived through 😢
Friends, we need your help. We are taking in two servals, Cricket (video and first photo) and Kane (second photo), that were rescued in July in Canada from horrific conditions—kept by a breeder indoors, confined, and without natural light, access to water, and proper ventilation. As you can see, Cricket’s damaged leg needs to be removed. It was degloved and his wrist and paw were torn off.
We’re going to need your support to give him and Kane the rich and safe lives they deserve after the horrible neglect and abuse they’ve experienced. With the addition of the eight wildcats we took in from Wildlife Waystation this summer, adding these two servals when we weren't really prepared is a challenge. But watching this video, we knew we had to help.
Please help us raise $20,000 to cover the cost of Cricket's surgery, rescue, veterinary and ongoing care. Please share this campaign. And thank you for helping us provide Cricket with the care he needs to live the rest of his life in peace, comfort, and safety.
WildCat Ridge is a 501(c)3 non-profit ‘last hope’ sanctuary located in beautiful Scotts Mills, Oregon. Our mission is to provide a safe, natural lifetime home for captive-born wildcats in need. WildCat Ridge Sanctuary is not open to the public; nor do we buy, sell, breed, or exhibit our animals. It’s a philosophy we believe in and stand by for the safety and well-being of the wildcats.
WildCat Ridge Sanctuary receives no state or federal funding relying on fund-raising, and our generous donors and sponsors.
Earning accreditation from The American Sanctuary Association (ASA), Tiger in America (TIA), The Big Cat Sanctuary Alliance and verification from The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS), WildCat Ridge meets strict care & safety standards, and we are the only accredited big cat sanctuary in the Pacific Northwest.