Tocada is a 5-year-old, ring-necked parrot. He wasn't given attention in the past, so he needs someone willing to patiently love him and gain his trust.
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Welcome to A Critter's Chance!
C aring H earts for A nimals N eeding a C aring E nvironment
A Critter's Chance is an organization specializing in wildlife rehabilitation and exotic/domestic pet rescue. We do not receive any government funding. We depend on the kindness of animal lovers and their contributions in order to care for the animals and cover our operational costs. If you would like to make a donation, you may mail a check to the address listed on our Contact page. If you are interested in other ways of helping, such as donating items, volunteering, or fostering, please click the "How to Help" button. We very much appreciate all help and donations! Without the kindness of fellow animal lovers we could not operate!
News & Events
In Memory of Michelle
We are deeply saddened to report our leader and founder of the group, Michelle Manker, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, April 13th. Michelle’s tireless work for animals and her passion will be greatly missed. Funeral arrangements have been made at Flanner and Buchanan.
Please understand, at this time, we cannot take on additional animals. Our board will be meeting soon to determine the future of A Critter's Chance.
New Vice President for A Critter's Chance
We are proud to announce the appointment of a new VP for the organization. The new VP of A Criter's Chance is Tracy Eads! As many of the volunteers know, she has been unofficially acting as VP for quite some time now. The board has now voted her in and made it official. She will be undertaking new responsibilities as Michelle's right hand gal and some of her other responsibilities will need to be shifted to others. She is still the 'secretary' and we will be looking for another. If interested, please contact Michelle or Tracy, and they'll let you know what is involved. We know Tracy will do a great job!
Jimmy, a conure, flew out of his vet's office on January 7th. Winter is no time for a bird like Jimmy to be out! He was last spotted near Waldemar and 92nd Street (near 465 and Michigan Road) in Indianapolis, IN. He flew north. If you do see a bird like Jimmy, please contact us! For more information, please see the Home Again posting about Jimmy.
There is an urgent need for feral cat colony feeders in the Fishers/Castleton area (Allisonville Road south to 82nd Street). Feeding feral colonies involves stopping at designated locations and leaving food and water. It's a very easy way to help! If you could spare a few moments from your day, please contact Nancy at 317-201-4200.
We are happy to report the horses, Jemal and Serria, have been adopted and are now enjoying life at their forever home!
Lost dog on the East side near 52nd St. and German Church Rd. His name is "Rowdy" and he is a 4 month old Pitbull terrier mix. He is not chipped, but was wearing a camouflaged collar. He has been missing since 9/28/12. Please call Matt at 419-348-5335 if you have any information.