Saturday, October 5, 2013


Critter Care Wildlife is a small (Canadian) organization that cares for wild animals found injured, or in the case of black bears cubs, abandoned, when their mothers were killed. The small staff care for the animals and nurse them back to health, or until they are old enough to manage on their own and then they are released back into the wild. Visitors are not welcome without an appointment so the animals do not get used to humans. Last year Critter Care ended up with 12 black bear cubs whose mothers had been shot. It's expensive to feed them. I've been a supported of this organization for a long time. You can check them out at
This is not about donating money, although that is always gratefully received, but about voting. They are try to get money through Aviva.
They need votes - one a day for the next 9 days. If they finish in the top ten they go to round two and are eligible for some of the money.  If you'd like to help them you by going to Aviva, registering and voting.
Critter Care is near the end and they have a Black Bear picture beside their name.

If you have any questions or comments about the organization let me know.
And if you vote - thanks in advance. 

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