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Our two-part rescue mission at Arctic Fox Daily:
1. Provide sanctuary to captive-bred unwanted, neglected, abandoned, or non-releasable wildlife, specializing in foxes.
2. Practice wildlife rehabilitation: We rescue, raise, and release orphaned, New York-native wildlife. The end goal of wildlife rehabilitation is always to allow the animal to take its place back in nature.
"Hi everyone, my name's Kimberly, and I've been volunteering my time working with and raising rescued wildlife and exotic pets since 2012. In 2020, I founded Arctic Fox Daily Wildlife Rescue Inc.
My family and I reside in New York State. I hold a federal USDA license and state DEC license which allow me to legally own and educate about our Arctic fox and Red fox permanent residents. All of the non-releasable foxes currently in our possession were either born in captivity - not taken from the wild - or have a permanent disability that would prevent them from surviving and thriving in the wild. We love sharing a look into the behaviors and lives of these beautiful animals, enjoy helping people learn about the realities of exotic pet ownership (foxes really don't make good pets), and enjoy furthering conservation efforts through education.
Separately, I am also a state-licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, which allows me to legally volunteer my time raising New York-native orphaned and injured wildlife, with the ultimate goal always being release back into the wild. This non-paying work is time-consuming, many times heartbreaking, but most of all - it's incredibly rewarding! The feeling affiliated with opening up an enclosure door and allowing a rehabilitated animal to take its place back in nature is so unique and special.
As of September 2020, we are officially a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization! We are so excited about taking this big step, and know that it will ultimately help us help more animals! This means that members of the public and businesses can now make tax-deductible donations to our rescue.
We are personally responsible for all costs associated with wildlife rehabilitation and domestic fox rescue, and receive no funding from the government or any other agency. We rely on donations, grants, gifts from our wish list, or money out of our own pockets. No contribution is ever too small - thank you for your support!