The picture above shows the whole team here at For Fox Sake. That’s all of us— me!
My name is Juniper Russo, CWR, and For Fox Sake is my dream-come-true. Built right here in my own backyard in suburban Chattanooga, this one-man nonprofit was born out of my deep, lifelong passion for wildlife and conservation, and was permitted as a wildlife rehabilitation facility in 2018.
My work is a twenty-four-hour, seven-day-a-week, unpaid volunteer job, but it is one of the most rewarding things I have done in my life. I’m thankful for every opportunity I have to save the precious lives of native animals, and to return them to the ecosystem.
I am professionally certified by the International wildlife Rehabilitation Council and a member of the National Wildlife Rehabilitator’s Assocation. My wildlife rehabilitation permit is issued by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and includes special authorization for skunks, foxes, and raccoons.
In addition to the ever-changing number of wild animals in my care, I’m blessed with three children, many pets, and an amazing spouse who is deeply supportive of my calling.
If you have questions about my work, I can be reached any time at (423) 475-2691.