WildCare Inc.

Email info [at] wildcareinc [dot] org
Hours Call hours are every day, 8am to 8pm; call for intakes

WildCare Inc. provides professional care to sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife in Indiana. (Note: WildCare is not currently taking in any new animals for care due to budget restrictions and a large increase in animals in need. Call for more info.)


Bloomington Indiana Kennel Club, Inc.

Contact Doug Johnson (President)
Phone (812) 332-5923

Bloomington group for dog lovers.

Additional Contact Harold Frost (Vice President)
Additional Contact Dan Harrison (Treasurer)

Indiana Natural Resources Dept, Reservoir Management Division

Contact Jim Roach (Manager)
Phone 837-9546
Description A division of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

Creature Comforts

Contact Nola Hartman
Phone 812339-8589
Description Creature Comforts is a group of volunteers who make and sell small quilts for pets (or for babies or to use as wall hangings). Money raised by the sale of the quilts goes to the Monroe County Humane Association and to the Cincinnati Zoo Angel fund which buys habitat for cheetahs. Quilts are displayed and sold at Bloomington Veterinary Hospital on Smith Road.

House Rabbit Society, Indiana Chapter

Contact Dawn Sailer (Chapter manager)
Phone (317) 767-7636
Email info [at] indianahrs [dot] org
Address PO Box 421746
Indianapolis, IN 46242-1746
Description Offering homeless rabbits for adoption to loving, indoor homes as well as education for the public about companion rabbit care.
Additional Contact Amy Young-Leith (Co-Chapter Manager)

Exotic Feline Rescue Center

Contact Joe Taft (Director)
Phone (812) 835-1130
Email efrc1 [at] verizon [dot] net
Address 2221 E. Ashboro Road
Center Point, IN 47840
Hours 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Mondays.
Description Nonprofit center which houses retired or abandoned exotic felines (tigers, leopards, bobcats). How to get there: Drive west on Ind. 46 (past Ellettsville and Spencer). Go 3 miles past the town of Bowling Green. Look for a "Center Point" town sign. Turn right at County Road 200 E. Drive until you get to the first intersection (Ashboro Road). Turn right onto Ashboro Road. The center is the first place you will come to. "It looks like a federal prison. We'll be the only place you drive by that has lions and tigers."
Additional Contact Jean Herrberg (Assistant Director)
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