Thank you to Randy and Patricia Rushing for sponsoring a day at the Wildlife Medical Clinic. They chose to sponsor November 27th in honor of their beloved golden retriever Poppy. Poppy joined their family as a senior boy . He was a kindhearted, old soul who played joyfully, enjoyed snoozing on his favorite couch, and rounded out their little family perfectly. They celebrate his life every year, a miss him greatly.
This gift will help injured, sick, and orphaned wild animals, such as these young opossums, rabbits, and owls.
In 2018, the Wildlife Medical Clinic cared for record-breaking 2011 patients with the help of 122 volunteers! We also held 52 public education events, highlighting our 8 ambassador animals. Interested in some other fun numbers? Check us out!
And while you’re at it, check out our upcoming events!
“This FREE, family-friendly event is hosted by Prairieland Feeds to showcase the dozens of worthwhile non-for-profit animal welfare and adoption organizations who are working so hard to save endangered animals in our community!”
- VetMed Open House: Oct 6, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2001 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana, Ill.
“Get a behind-the-scenes look at the state’s only veterinary school at the annual Veterinary Medicine Open House!… There will be more than 40 exhibits and demos, and lots of animals to see.”
- Portillo’s for Good fundraiser, Sept. 30, 2306 N. Prospect Ave., Champaign, Ill.
Buy food between 4 and 8 pm that day, and Portillo’s will donate 20% of the proceeds to the Wildlife Medical Clinic, when you show this flier.
- Industrial Donut collaboration fundraiser, Sept 30-Oct 5, 501 Commerce Dr., Savoy, Ill.
A whole week of guilt-free donuts, because every purchase benefits the Wildlife Medical Clinic, when you show this flier.
The Wildlife Medical Clinic is sponsored today by Randy and Patricia Rushing in celebration of their beautiful, loving golden retriever, Granger. 🐾 May Granger find peace and happiness in the spiritual realm. ❤️❤️
This is the second day this month in which the Rushing’s have generously sponsored our clinic. Their support will directly help injured, sick, and orphaned wild animals. It will also provide numerous educational opportunities for veterinary students and help to shape their formative years as a veterinarian.