A common misconception is that wildlife rehabilitation is funded by local, state, or federal government organizations, and that we receive taxpayer funding. In reality, wildlife rehabilitators– including For Fox Sake– are typically single individuals who operate out of their own homes and spend their own money to do so.
Caring for Tennessee’s skunks, foxes, bobcats, and raccoons is a particularly expensive endeavor. These highly intelligent animals are very susceptible to diseases spread by domestic cats and dogs, and are at a higher-than-average risk of carrying rabies. Because of this, any skunk, fox, or raccoon in rehabilitation in Tennessee is required to receive extensive veterinary care, including a series of expensive vaccines.
We need your help!
Your donation can save a life today. There are several ways to donate to For Fox Sake. The most popular is through a direct donation via Paypal, which goes directly toward expenses such as immunizations and emergency veterinary care.
You can also donate items from our Amazon Wish List, or can contact For Fox Sake for a mailing address. We often also sell tee shirts, bumper stickers, and other fun stuff at TeeSpring to help make ends meet!
For Fox Sake is not able to accept volunteers at this time. For more information, see Can I Volunteer?