Langley’s Critter Care Wildlife Refuge of Langley, British Columbia takes in abandoned wildlife. They hold an open house only once a year, when the public is a allowed to visit. Visitors take a guided tour to see wild animals — such as baby coyotes, beavers, fawns, raccoons and bobcats.

The open house fund-raiser helps the organization pay for needed expenses to care for the animals. The organization is run completely by volunteers and they are dependent on donations, memberships and grants for funds. Funds helps pay for animal food, vet bills and housing for the animals. The milk bill for the animals each year is $15,000. The centre accepts an average of 800 animals each year.

Posted on 17 July 2007

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