East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue: A Safe Haven For Magnificent Animals

East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue

Donate to East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue

Head over to the East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue’s donation page to “join the pride.”

Give us a brief background of who you are for those that don’t know.

East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue’s goals include:

1. Provide a safe haven for these magnificent animals, many of whom have experienced a lifetime of displacement from their natural habitat and, in some cases, horrible mistreatment.

2. Offer education to the public about the special needs of captive exotic animals who are unable to help themselves.

3. Fundraise to keep the rescue operational.

Working with a supportive and involved board of directors and a few highly dedicated volunteers at the rescue, we are here not to promote these animals as pets, but rather to provide clear examples of the consequences of human self-interest and interference in the animals’ lives.

The survival rate among animals who are trapped, transported, and sold in pet stores is terribly low. In many cases, only one out of ten “pets” survives the trip from jungle to human home. We humans have the ability to make choices, a power that the animals we serve do not have. Their choices were made for them, usually at the animals’ expense.

Contact Suzanne Murray of East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue

Email address: suzimonk@embarqmail.com

Website: EastCoastExoticRescue.org

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How long have you served our area?

We started in 1998, helping animals for 21 years!

What are you currently looking for in terms of donations? Please be specific.

East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue

  • Paper towels
  • Bleach
  • Laundry soap
  • Nuts in shells (such as almonds, Brazil nuts and hazelnuts)
  • Natural spray cleaners
  • Gift cards to Lowe’s and Tractor Supply
  • Sweet Feed Grain
  • Contractors
  • Weed eaters
  • 950 ink Hewlett Packard
  • Stamps
  • Fruit
  • Veggies
  • Bird toys
  • Baby toys
  • Desert Plastic Exotic animal toys
  • Cat food!

Tell us about East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue’s mission and purpose.

“To provide the best home we can for the animals in our care. In addition, to reduce the number of exotics that suffer the fate of abuse, abandonment or extinction by teaching people about the plight of exotics.”

Did You Know?

East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization in the Appalachian foothills near Fairfield, Pennsylvania. This unique sanctuary is home to more than 40 species of exotic animals. For all of them, the rescue provides a lasting refuge where they can live their days in peace and safety. We hope you will visit us to learn more about these magnificent animals!

What are your three (3) biggest needs right now? How can the community help?

  1. Money to help build bigger and better enclosures,
  2. Gift cards to Giant and Walmart so we can buy fresh produce as we need it to feed the primates and reptiles,
  3. Gift cards so we can buy fresh meat to feed our big cats.

What types of local events do you enjoy the most?

Anything we can do to educate the public about why exotic animals do NOT make good pets.

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