We need your help ❤ As you know, Covid19 has affected so many and forced many businesses, rescues and individuals to lose everything. The Keepers wildlife rescue center typically loves this busy time of year! We welcome rescues and provide all veterinary care needed for each owner surrender, orphaned, injured, abused and neglected animal that we can help! Unfortunately this year, all sources of income has dissapeared and /or been canceled.
Our educational programs, summer camps, museum displays, dog walkathon and our Keepers family fun festival have all been canceled. Not to worry! Both Keepers swung into action and got full time jobs to ensure the wildlife center would be just fine during these difficult times.
Unfortunately, months later, we are still in the same situation. Spring and summer is a very busy time and that is where we need your help! We have 9 sterilizations coming up (1640$), 16 animals to vaccinate (1118$), 31 annual vet exams (1550$), 3 animals need bloodwork to renew medications (689$), flea/tick/heartworm prevention for 6 of our animals (1200$), piglets (puppy) corrective eye surgery + neuter (480$) etc.. We also continue to purchase 80lbs of fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and insects to feed every other day. Cleaning supplies, enclosures, toys, enrichment items, heat bulbs and bedding are part of our regular list as well.
The Keepers do not want to give up. We are asking our followers to unite for wildlife and consider donating during these difficult times to help us continue our mission to educate, rescue and help ❤ Every dollar can help. As always, we promise you that our standard of care has never, and will not, be anything but the best! We love and thank you all in advance! We hope everyone is healthy, safe and well! #uniteforwildlife #rescuedanimals #Meetthekeepers #wildlifeeducaters #conservation #education #vetcare #refurbishingprogram #animals #safe #thankyou #fundraiser
Kyle Lawrie & Janie Cyr
The Keepers is a dedicated team of two individuals who travel Canada, rescuing animals.
Saving, Rescuing and Educating
The Keepers Wildlife Rescue center was founded by Kyle Lawrie and Janie Cyr in October 2016 to fulfill their dream of rescuing wildlife and educating the public across Canada.
Our primary objective is to provide our animal residents with medical care, rehabilitation, adequate diets and finding the best forever home. Each and every animal is treated with the respect owed to them. The animal residents are provided with the specific requirements of their species.
Our second objective is to spread knowledge and respect for all types of wildlife. We offer both educational and interactive presentations and online videos. We strive to educate the public about the importance of wildlife conservation and responsible pet ownership to ALL ages!
Lastly, we support and promote conservation efforts locally, nationally, and internationally. If you would like to help too, please contact us.
What we do
Treatment and care of injured, orphaned, or sick wild animals so that they can be released back to the wild.
Offering educational and interactive presentations and online videos. We strive to educate the public about the importance of wildlife conservation
sharing wildlife diversity – animals, plants, ecosystems, habitats, the natural balance of how we all have a place in nature.
The goal of wildlife conservation is to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and also to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness for humans and other species alike.
What Drives Us
Changing the world one rescue and one presentation at a time!
Meet Eeyore!Listen carefully to our new Salmon Crested Cockatoo! You will discover very quickly why we picked this named! This is a cockatoo mixed with a donkey 😂 but we love him already ❤Posted by Meet The Keepers Wildlife Rescue Center on Friday, February 8, 2019
There are several ways you can help conserve wildlife and nature.
1. The first way is being aware of your environment. Pick up any trash you see and recycle as much as you can. This doesn’t seem like much, but a great way to help save the animals of our planet is to keep their homes clean. The first place to start is in your own town.
2. Another way you can help is to donate to or join a conservation effort. If you are unable to take physical action you can give a donation to a cause you feel worthy. Many organizations survive on donations and grants from private persons and corporations.
3. You can also contribute to The Keepers. By giving us a DONATION you are enabling us to continue to spread knowledge and understanding of animals and nature.
Birthday Party Packages
$220 + tax Includes a variety of small and medium animals such as chinchilla, tarantula, parrot, rabbit, 4ft snake, fox, tortoise, etc.
$320 + tax Includes a variety of medium and large exotic animals such as coatmundi, fox, giant rabbit, macaw, 7ft boa, etc.
28 years old
Adult – Male
Green Winged Macaw
13 years old
10 years old
Giant Flemish Rabbit
2 years old
5 years old
Summer Camp 2019
Starting July 8th
The Keepers are a fully licensed, registered and regimented facility which will give the opportunity to the children to meet, touch and interact with a variety of species from all around the world.