Contact Us

If you have an animal that is in need of rescue please call us at 813-920-5495 or 813-598-5926. Please note we only rescue wildlife and are unable to assist with pet rescues. If you are in need of a pet rescue organization or wildlife rehabilitator in one of our neighboring areas please visit our resources page. If no one answers please leave a detailed message with your name, phone number, area where the animal is located and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

For all other inquiries feel free to email us at:


19 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hi Kris,
    Tried to text you back. But guess it was an office number and bounced back. I’ll be at the refuge today. It’s unfortunately, about the only place the Att tower doesn’t do much without a hotspot, and little to no reception. If you email me at dirrctor@louisianabobcatrefuge .com I can try to assist you earlier than this evening. Just text me what I can try to assist you with. If it seems more detail than incan provide over the email. I’ll take a drive down the road up clarify anything that may help your circumstance. Big purrs, PKC
    I grew up in Pensacola as a little girl, my dad was a Naval Officer, there. Xo


  2. Where are you located? I volunteer at a non profit now but would be interested in your place as well. Thank you so much.


  3. Hello… I called you Thursday about a catbird that may have flown into one of the windows at my office. I was happy that Susan was able to come pick it up from us. I was wondering the status of the little bird and if it made it. It sure didn’t look good but, I said a little prayer, hoping that would help. Did it survive??


  4. Hey K
    Kris! Had Kim here at PHUHS today and what a great speaker! Ironic I have been in contact with you about rescues, ran into you at Hanks and now Kim here today-I didn’t know she was with your organization until this morning! So glad she took the time to come out to speak to the kids.
    If you could use the help, I’d volunteer. Kim was talking about the volunteer “notification” list. After work and weekends I can transport, help at events and such. Kim has my number as well to get in touch with me. FB is Corine Coviello….what ever is easier for you to contact me…thanks!


    • No I’m so sorry we are like a critical care unit and we are a closed-door facility so that our patients can have peace and quiet as they heal. I would recommend looking into volunteering at George C McGough park or Boyd Hill as they both have owls and as a volunteer for their bird-of-prey program you would be able to build relationships and handle them.

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  5. Hello, I was wondering if you would be interested in taking in 2 male brown Chinese geese? We have had them sense they were about a week old. They turn one in the first week of April. I also have a male and a female large white geese. All are the same age and the males have become aggressive over the female. I contacted McMickies farm about taking them and they referred me to you. I would give the 2 brown males to you. And bring them to your place. If you would could you please let me know ? I would be so greatful for your help. Thank you so much for your time. Sincerely, Sheree Ferguson


  6. Thank you for rescuing the baby possum from the netting around our pool, which is under construction. I knew he was in true danger of strangulation. It was odd because there were no other options for me, living in Pasco County, to help this poor creature. Thank you for all you do!!!


  7. Hello Owl Nest Sanctuary I want to say thank you to your volunteer for picking up the little female possum from Odessa on Thursday and making sure she’s safe.


    • Danielle, We are really proud of our rescue team and can’t thank you enough for caring for our native wildlife and getting help for the little girl. She is with our traded possum rehabbers now, another dedicated part of our volunteer network. Possums are such a valuable, misunderstood part of our backyard habitats and we will release her back to the wilds when she is ready.


  8. Hi, I live in Clearwater and my cats found a baby bird last night that possibly fell out of the tree (I don’t think they would intend to hurt it). It looks like its wing is broken and it’s breathing pretty fast but everything else seems to be ok. I picked it up and put it in a box with a towel. What do you recommend? My phone number is 813-505-3205 if you need to reach me. Thanks! -Laura


  9. Thanks so much for the help with the baby morning dove. You were timely, helpful, supportive, and kind. We had no idea what to do and you walked us through the right things without making us feel stupid. Greatly appreciated!


  10. Janice I just wanted to thank you for driving out to Clearwater to pick up the baby Anhinga; I spoke to Kris this morning for an update. I don’t know too much about Native Floridian birds but being owned by a Parrot I know this baby needed help & I am humbled to have been a part of what you do every day. I cannot thank you enough for your care for our wildlife and for coming so quickly! Thank you Kris for putting me in touch with Janice and for a successful release.


  11. Thank you to Julia who came to rescue the BlueJay on my patio yesterday who could not fly. I hope he is doing better and I am so happy to have found your Sanctuary! Many thanks and I intend to donate. Molly –


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