New Furnance Needed
Brrrrrr it's cold out. We have 2 furnaces and 1 went out. Now it's chilly inside
too. Our front furnace is working extra hard to warm our building up. We desperatly
need a new furnace but can't afford it.
Our 2 furnace/AC units are old and we keep repairing them. It is just a matter
of time before they die all togther and then we'll have no heat in the winter
or no AC in the summer. Just this past August our unit began to leak Freon and
we were without A/C in the front half of our building for close to a week. Of
course this happens in the hottest part of the summer. The motor was replaced
last year and other repairs made but due to the age of the unit it sounds "wicked
bad" as one person described it. Our wonderful repairman continues to come
out and replace parts and fix what he can and only charges us for the parts
and materials! He is an angel here on earth who is helping us out. But even
he can only do so much to keep the units running.
Replacing the existing commercial units with an up-to-date energy efficient
unit would cost close to $20,000, well beyond the scope of what the clinic can
afford. But we can't afford to be without heat or AC either!!
The current repair is costing us just over $800, again just parts. Thank you
Jeff!! But we still need to pay Jeff and to prehaps be able to buy a new unit
in the next year. So we are asking for your help. Any donation of any size would
be greatly appreciated.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
1864 Little Brennan Rd
High Ridge, MO 63049
Write Furnace Fund in the memo of you check.
As always, all your donations are tax deductible. And THANK YOU for your support.
Thank You Local Businesses!
Click Here for a list of our Business Sponsers. We thank
you so much for your support and donations for our fund-raising events!
We have set aside multiple areas for a commemorative pathway. If you
would like to purchase a brick to be engraved with your personal message, i.e.
birthday, wedding date, passing of a loved one, etc., click on one of the order
The 4x8 commemorative brick costs $100, of which $81 is tax deductible.
NOT FEED ANY BABY ANIMAL YOU FIND! PLEASE: DO NOT GIVE WATER,
MILK, OR FORMULA TO ANY BABY ANIMAL YOU FIND! PLEASE: KEEP BABY ANIMAL WARM!! IF POSSIBLE place in shoebox with a cloth or rag PLEASE: CALL US IMMEDIATELY
Mother squirrels are very dedicated
and will try to retrieve their babies if separated from them... Read
Do NOT let children or pets touch baby raccoons. Keep them warm and call
(636) 677-3670 Read
Since opossums do not have
nests or dens, the babies travel with the mom until they are able
to live on their own. If a single opossum is found with
no mother around... Read
are the babies most often unintentionally kidnapped by well-meaning
people. Rabbit nests are left unguarded most of the time,
with the mother on the nest only twice a day for feeding... Read
These 2 bunnies may
look small, but they are old enough to live on their own. DO NOT try to catch bunnies of this size. Leave them alone!
They will be just fine.
Mother skunks usually create
a den under a porch, driveway, deck, or underground. The mother
will venture out each evening to find food for herself... Read
To Volunteer! VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS NEEDED
Volunteer to care for the wildlife
Volunteer to help with fundraising events
Volunteer to help with building maintenance
Volunteer to build nest boxes
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is an all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization which specializes in the rehabilitation of native Missouri mammals and is licensed by the Missouri Department of Conservation.