BACK to NATURE - Second Chances
All Animals deserve a second chance
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Little Milk Face
was adopted to a loving home
He survived severe injuries to his paws.
He is a special needs kitten with a big personality.
Lizzy is our old Lady
Fifteen years old and still strong.
He grew uo to be a water cat,and loves sweets .
Always hungry and ready to eat.
Yummy yummy for my tummy...
Our dogs are helping with cleaning the orphan kittens..
The Three Musketeers
Rescue dogs will stick together,
He is now is the best friend of a sweet little girl.
BACK TO NATURE / SECOND CHANCES
an animal rescue organization
Our center serves as an adoption center for domestic pets. From orphaned kittens to abandoned dogs, we are committed to giving all animals a second chance by being adopted into a new home.
This year we rescued over thirty orphaned kittens, and were able to find a wonderful home for numerous abandoned and abused dogs.
One of our main goals is to educate pet owners of their responsibility, proper animal care, and the importance of spaying and neutering pets.
Rita Rendon is a Certified Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, and serves as the center’s Director. Before establishing Back to Nature Wildlife Sanctuary – Second Chance domestic rescue center, Rita served for several years at a large wildlife sanctuary in Hubert, North Carolina. While there, she devoted countless volunteer hours caring for and rehabilitating a wide range of animals. Rita has a heart and passion for all animals, both wild and domestic.
Once starved and abused, she has now found LOVE
All orphaned and abandoned kittens found a new home.
This little Kitten was adopted and found a forever home.
Meet Clover, a beautiful long-haired gray and white, playful, 5 month old kitten with blue eyes.
Did you know that nearly 14,000 dogs die a day at our American animal control facilities? Please take a moment and watch the video.