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Dear Fawn Rescue Friends and Fans,
On October 8th, a huge wildfire swept through Sonoma County destroying homes and wildlife habitat. Fawn Rescue and many of our volunteers suffered enormous losses. Our Animal Care Coordinator, Matt Wolfe and our founder, Marj Davis, both lost their homes. In addition, our storage building burned, destroying our tools and supplies of fawn formula and other equipment.
Despite this calamity, we are determined to be ready for the fawns of 2018. With the loss of habitat we know that the need will be greater than ever. The deer herd will be stressed, and in closer contact with people as they search for food. That spells trouble with cars and fences for the new fawns.
Your support has helped so many fawns. When the little one fell in the storm drain, when the young buck was temporarily blinded by a head injury, you were there to offer suppoprt and rejoice in their successful release back to the wild. Your compassion gave those beautiful creatures the chance they needed.
Your love of wildlife is amazing, so we are turning to you again. Will you help us recover in time for the first tiny fawn of 2018? Please take a moment now to send a tax deductible donation via our website to donate securely by credit card or mail your check to: Fawn Rescue, POB 1622, Sonoma CA 95476.
On behalf of the fawns who will be saved by your gift, we thank you!
Carol Stenlund, Board President