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FreeMe – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

 

FreeMe is a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for indigenous wildlife based in Paulshof in the North of Johannesburg that was founded in 1997

 

Tell: 011 807 6993
Cell: 083 558 5658 (24 hours)
Website URL: www.freemewildlife.org.za/

FreeMe is a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for indigenous wildlife based in Paulshof in the North of Johannesburg that was founded in 1997. We are a non-profit, self-funding wildlife centre.

Members of the public, SPCA’s and local vets, bring compromised indigenous wildlife to the Centre. It caters largely for birds as well as small mammals such as hedgehogs, mongooses, suricates, and smaller cat species e.g. genet, caracal, serval etc. Antelope cases include duiker, springbok, and steenbok. Reptiles are also rescued and released e.g. tortoises, leguaans, snakes and chameleons.

FreeMe strives to promote a responsible attitude towards wildlife and the environment through educational programmes, newsletters, publicity and advice.
Educational talks and presentations are made to schools to instill conservation values in learners for the future preservation of nature. Community involvement includes exhibitions and lectures to citizens, bird clubs, retirement homes, and farmers.

FreeMe relies on the generosity of the general public for their continuing support.
Donations are gladly accepted!!
FreeMe is open 7 days a week from 8:00am to 5:00pm for admittance of cases or telephonic advice.
Contact: 011 807 6993
Cell: 083 558 5658 (24 hours)

Non-profit organization no: 005-380
Section 21 Company Registered No: 2004\000431\08
Public Benefit Tax Exemption No: 930017678

Banking details:
Nedbank Epsom Downs
Branch Code: 152205
Savings account: 2522 081 241

Category: Feline Resources, Rescue & Shelter Directory

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