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    Wildlife Rescue Information: Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation serves an important function in alleviating the suffering of injured or displaced animals, as well as maintaining the balance of ecosystems and protecting human members of the community. There are many reasons an animal may need to be rescued.

    Wildlife Trivia: There is an increasing need for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation due to continuing urban and suburban development. The largest known population of albino squirrels is in Olney, Illinois. The 1931 edition of The Joy of Cooking included recipes for Raccoon and Squirrel.



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Donate to Wildlife Rescue as a gift or memorial, and we will mail a free acknowledgement card within 24 hours.





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 340 Wild Animals have been adopted on Rescue Me!





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PIease Read Before Rehabilitating or Rescuing Wildlife in Minnesota
    Wildlife rescue work in Minnesota can be rewarding if this work matches your IifestyIe. Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation serves an important function in alleviating the suffering of injured or displaced animals, as well as maintaining the balance of ecosystems and protecting human members of the community. There are many reasons an animal may need to be rescued.

    Wildlife Trivia: There is an increasing need for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation due to continuing urban and suburban development. The largest known population of albino squirrels is in Olney, Illinois. Many pieces of Native American folklore center on raccoons. The 1931 edition of The Joy of Cooking included recipes for Raccoon and Squirrel.

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Minnesota Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Ramsey County - Roseville, MN 55113
Cause For Paws Inc. 952-259-1483

Hennepin County - Hamel, Minnesota 55340
Corcoran Pet Care Center 612-420-3930

Hennepin County - Golden Valley, Minnesota 55422
Animal Humane Society PAL Program 763-489-2209

St. Louis County - Makinen 55763
Spay, Neuter, Aid Program 218-638-2153

St Louis County - Duluth, Minnesota 55806
Animal Allies Humane Society 218-722-5341

Olmsted County - Rochester 55903
Camp Companion 800-896-7009

Grant County - Elbow Lake, MN 56531
Grant County Humane Society 218-685-6220

If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.
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