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The goal of Windmill Animal Rescue is to rescue (supply veterinary treatment, food, shelter and other needs) of such animals (domestic or wild) as presented to the organization as resources facilities, licenses and permits allow. Animals which can not be cared for by the organization will be referred to other organizations or proper authorities. Windmill Animal Rescue will also be available to educational institutions for seminars on proper care and treatment of said animals.
Windmill Animal Rescue's goal is to help all types of animals in need, as resources allow. Wild animals are placed with licensed rehabilitators for care or released back into their natural habitat. Domestic pets (such as cats, dogs, hamsters, etc.) are cared for by Windmill Animal Rescue. Windmill Animal Rescue works with several veterinarians in the area to supply proper medical care for these creatures. All cats are feline leukemia and FIV tested, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed and treated medically as needed and housed at the rescue or foster homes until suitable permanent homes arise. Dogs are usually kept in foster homes until the original owners are located or new family is found. All dogs are heartworm tested, vaccinated and spayed or neutered before placement. Hamsters, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, rats, goldfish, frogs, turtles, pigeons, parakeets, finches, cockatiels and canaries are some of the animals that have found a safe haven at Windmill while awaiting new families"
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