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Like any charitable organization that relies on its’ volunteers, we are ALWAYS happy to hear from those who have an interest in helping!

Whether you would like to give us a hand with fostering animals, medical transport, or in any other way assisting in our effort, or maybe you have an animal that needs to be re-homed, please feel free to send a message below.  We will get back to you as soon as possible!

Please click on any of the buttons below to fill in our online applications for fostering or adopting animals.  Thank you!

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Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?

Wild & Free Rescue is a foster home based rescue. This means that we do not have a facility to operate out of. All of our animals are housed in volunteers’ homes throughout the Fox Valley and surrounding areas. We are based, however, in Wrightstown, WI.

What is your adoption process?

There are few steps to our adoption process. First, our Adoption Application needs to be filled out. After completing, please allow a few days for us to review and respond to your application. Some animals may require special considerations, such as a fenced-in yard, no small children in the home, no other pets or a number of other accommodations. We use the application process to make sure each home will be a good fit.

What kinds of animals do you take in?

We are here to help any animal that needs us. However, due to state laws we are NOT able to assist with any wildlife.

How long do you keep your animals?

We will never put a time limit on an animal staying with us. They will stay with us until they are healthy and able to  find their forever home.

What Are My animal SUrrender options?

Please send us an email using the form below and we would be happy to discuss further with you. Alternatively, you may message us on our facebook page, @WildAndFreeRescue.

What is the purpose of the adoption fee? Where does it go?

The purpose of an adoption fee is to discourage pets being adopted for inhumane and/or cruel purposes. Adoption fees for each animal adopted out help cover medical expenses. The purpose of an adoption fee is not to make money; The vast majority of each animal that comes into our care’s medical treatment exceeds the cost of their adoption fee. 

Why ARE dogs/cats REQUIRED to be spayed or neutered?

According to Humane.org, “In seven years, one unspayed female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats and one unspayed female dog and her offspring can produce 99,000 dogs.”  Because of pet overpopulation, more than 3.7 million animals are being euthanized annually in shelters across the country. Part of our mission is to help lessen the population of homeless and unwanted animals and prevent euthanasia due to overpopulation.  By spaying and neutering each dog and cat that comes into our care we can do our part in contributing to helping control the population. There are also many health/behavioral  risks that come along with unfixed animals such as pyometra and various forms of cancer, spraying/marking, agressions, etc.

Can I meet an animal before I fill out an application?

Currently we do require an application to be filled out and approved before meet and greets are scheduled. This prevents meeting an animal, falling in love, and potentially not being approved for adoption. It also creates less stress for our animals as they will not need to be moved around as much.

Where can I see your Adoptable Pets?

Our adoptable pets are on facebook (@WildAndFree Rescue), and on Petfinder.

If I am the first to fill out an application will I get the pet of my choice?

No. We do not go off a “first come, first served” basis. We review all applicants and choose the best fit for the animal. This ensures the best possible chance at getting an animal to their forever home.

I want to help, but I can’t be a foster. What are my options?

There is always a need for volunteers! There are many other things we routinely need help with, such as: 

Transporters (Taking animals to and from vet appointments, picking up donations, delivering supplies to foster homes, picking up animals from various locations, taking animals from one foster home to a new one, etc)

Help with special events and fundraising

Helping with our TNR program (Setting and checking traps, changing out food, notifying the rescue if a trap is triggered, etc.)

Cleaning (scrubbing down kennels/traps, cleaning food and water bowls, washing toys, sanitizing items, laundry)

And many other things!

How do I become a foster?

The first step to becoming a foster is to fill out our application. The application can be found in the tab above titled “Get Involved”. Once we review it we will contact you for any further information needed. As a foster, all supplies will be provided for the animal(s) staying in your care. We will pay for all vet care required for the animal, and coordinate transport for appointments/meet and greets if needed. You are only required to take animals you are comfortable with and have the right to say no at any time.

I have another question.

Please feel free to send us an email using the form below or message us on facebook @WildAndFreeRescue.

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