Fresno County non-profit holds baby shower to help care of injured and orphaned animals

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A local non-profit needs your help caring for more than a thousand orphaned and injured animals. (KFSN)

A local non-profit needs your help caring for more than a thousand orphaned and injured animals.

Fresno Wildlife will be holding its very first baby shower event hosted by the auxiliary board to help take care of the orphaned and injured animals they take in. All donations will go directly towards the care of orphaned and injured native wildlife along with covering high food bills, vet bills, and other essential costs.

Some of the items they need are pet carriers, puppy pads, paper towels, and they will also take any monetary donations. They'll also have a silent auction, games and much more.

The Wildlife Baby Shower is this Saturday from noon to three and it is going to take place at the Clovis office.
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A local non-profit needs your help caring for more than a thousand orphaned and injured animals.

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