We rescue domestic animals (e.g. cats)
We rescue domestic animals (e.g. cats)

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We rescue wild animals (e.g. squirrels)
We rescue wild animals (e.g. squirrels)

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Our mission is to prevent and eliminate the suffering of domestic and wild animals by rescuing and rehabilitating them and to encourage the public to peacefully coexist with all animals.

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Success Stories

Just some of our wildlife rescue and rehabilitation success stories!

Eastern Cottontail

Eastern Cottontail

This baby rabbit and its littermates were orphaned when their mom didn't come back to the nest to feed them. We provided daily care so they would survive. All were rehabilitated and released in 2017.

Woodchuck

Woodchuck

This young woodchuck was found listless in the road by a Good Samaritan. Thankfully, with good nutrition and supportive care, he turned a corner and we were able to release him back to his natural habitat in 2018.

Flying Squirrel

Flying Squirrel

A person in a park found this adult flying squirrel on the ground and in a weakened state. After administering antibiotics and daily eye drops, he was released in 2018.

Eastern Gray Squirrel

Eastern Gray Squirrel

This Eastern Gray Squirrel and siblings were orphaned at an early age when their nest was blown out of a tree during a storm. With round the clock care, they grew big and strong. We happily released them back into the wild in Spring of 2020.

Sharp-shinned Hawk

Sharp-shinned Hawk

In 2019, this hawk was flying through the air, hunting a smaller bird when both collided into someone's window. We rescued the injured bird from the ground and transferred it to a federally permitted rehabilitator.

Red Squirrel

Red Squirrel

This litter of five red squirrels were found nested in a car. Reuniting them back with their mother was not possible and so they were rehabilitated until release in Summer of 2017.

Contact Ratlum Mountain Animal Rescue Inc

Mailing Address:  33 Doyle Road, Collinsville, CT 06019

ratlumrescue@gmail.com

(860) 352-2365

Ratlum Mountain Animal Rescue Inc is a public charity recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS under Section 501(c)(3).