We will foster and adopt out domestic animals who are eligible for adoption. There will be an application that the applicant must pass in order to be eligible to adopt. Any animals coming from the wild will be cared for until healthy and then set free to their natural habitat.
We would love a chance to come to schools and educate children about foxes and other well tamed animals we have available. The more people know about wild animals the better their understanding for respecting the life that surrounds us all.
We are looking for a large piece of land with housing built already on to it. We want to be on site at all times and allow volunteers to come through and be part of the solution. We will build enclosures around fenced in yards so that the animals are safe but also can roam. We want to give a safe space to run and play.
We are a 501(C)3 non-profit
Founder Sasha Moon has set forth their life long dream of helping animals. With many years of experience in volunteering at various vet offices, wildlife sanctuaries, rescues and they’ve finally set in motion to spend their life putting all that education to even more use. Building a sanctuary for fur farm rescues, racehorse rescues and any other animals in need of a safe space to heal.
Here at For Fox Sake, we have built a trusted team of board members and regular volunteers. Introducing the sanctuary’s President Sasha who on the side is a barber and who enjoys the outdoors, volunteering and spending time with their wife Brittany and their pups Zero, Dazzle who was adopted in Colorado, as well as their DC rescue kitty Lucipurr.
Our Vice President is Sarah Van Reed. When Sarah isn’t working on the sanctuary she is working with elderly people as resident nurse for a retirement community. She has two cats Mikey and Leo who are her best buds. She enjoys reading and cooking. Sarah also volunteers with many rescues and one-day dreams of opening her own. We are proud to support her dream and help her in the future.
Our Secretary is Caitlin Rodgers who is a baker at a local Philly restaurant Love and Honey. She is a loving dog mom to Molly whom she adopted as an elderly dog. She also has a black cat named Bagura who loves to antagonize Molly. Caitlin found Bagura as a kitten on the streets of Philadelphia and couldn’t leave her behind. I knew she was right for one for the job because of her heart.
Ways to Help
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Where The Funds Go:
Land, enclosures, fencing, vet bills, food, clean water, tools, educational resources, etc.
Thank you for your consideration and attention,
Advice is always welcomed