Founded in 1969, the Wildlife Care Center exists to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife that has been harmed or displaced; to treat and place certain needy domestic, exotic and farm animals; and to educate the public toward humane treatment of all animals. During 2004, the Center treated over 15,000 animal patients for poisoning, gunshot wounds, malnutrition, fractures, and injuries from cars, fish hooks, and other hazards. Dedicated to healing animals, the Wildlife Care Center has become the largest wildlife hospital in South Florida, complete with a surgery and diagnostics area, an intensive care area, over 90 cages and 13 large habitats for injured birds, mammals and reptiles including a brand new domestic animal adoption building.
Address: 3200 Southwest Fourth Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315