We've been furiously raising money this year to expand our facility. There have been so many reptiles turned in this year that we're just out of space! The rescue started out being run out of our home and that is just not sustainable anymore.
This week the foundation is being poured for our brand new rescue building. A huge 30x50 metal building where we can consolidate all the animals, have a food prep area, a proper office, store some of our store inventory, breed our feeder insects, and - best of all - have the public out to meet the animals! We look forward to being able to have more volunteers and making caring for all these animals easier.
We still need your help though. We've saved enough for the foundation and the building but now we have to get electrical and insulation and walls and so much more. Please consider donating to our fundraiser, this building will never happen without your help!
June 19, 2019 - Our Spring 2019 event schedule has come to an end. Summer around here is too hot even for the reptiles so we'll be sticking to summer camps, education, pet store adoption days, and other indoor events. Our fall schedule is filling up fast so be sure to check our event calendar at the end of summer.
The rescue is expanding every day and we're working on something big that will help us share our reptiles with more people. Stay tuned for more news, and check out our Facebook page for our fundraiser. We could really use your help!!!
March 2, 2019 - The rescue is steadily booking events for the spring and summer of 2019. Make sure you keep an eye on our calendar and our Facebook page to see where we're going to be next. And don't forget, we do birthday parties too!
For those of you who don't know, our rescue was hit hard by Hurricane Florence. Lynn was flooded and we had to help her get the geckos out by boat. The farm didn't flood but we lost the main house, including our reptile rooms, and we unfortunately lost a few animals in all the chaos. Due to the generosity of our followers, the farm got a new building that we were able to insulate and turn it into a wonderful 'snake' building. Since we still don't have a house there are more than just snakes in there for now. We hope before the end of the year we'll have the house finished, the iguana building renovated, the snake building with just snakes, and a new monitor building. We couldn't do any of this without your support. Thank you!