Our rescue specializes in chinchillas and we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We provide a healthy, loving home for unwanted and neglected chinchillas with permanent housing in our rescue and through adoptions. We educate/council the public about the physical and emotional needs of chinchillas so they learn how to provide these animals with a healthy, safe and happy life. We provide awareness of the hardships and mass breeding of chinchillas on ranches for pelting and the pet industry.
Since we opened our doors in 2003 we have rescued over 470 chinchillas. Many were in neglectful or dangerous enviroments. All the chinchillas receive medical care and are now living in healthy, clean and loving homes with new guardians through adoption or are permanent residence here in our sanctuary.
Our Adoption Process...
Please read our 'Adoptions' page as well as 'Are You Right for a Chinchilla?' page on our web site to see all the details about our adoption process. An adoption application may be found at the bottom of that page. Please give us a few days to get back to you as we are very busy caring for the chinchillas. There is a $75.00 adoption fee for each chinchilla.
Since we are a home based private rescue, only those approved for adoption may visit the rescue.
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