"Not one sparrow falls to the ground without your Heavenly Father knowing  it." (Matthew 10:29)
     

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Do unto Otters as you would have them do unto you.

Welcome to The ARC
 

Mission Statement
We are an organization of volunteers dedicated to providing rehabilitative care, restored health, and ultimate freedom to sick, orphaned and injured, native East Texas wildlife.

Here at the ARC, we can assist you directly, or help you to find the assistance you need with the following wild animal species.

If it is a WILD animal, even if it is not on the list, we may be able to direct you.

•River Otters
•Beaver
•Fox Squirrels
•Gray Squirrels
•Black Squirrels
•Flying Squirrels
•Raccoons
•Skunks
•Armadillos
•Prairie Dogs
•Porcupines
•Opossums
•Red Fox
•Gray Fox
•Birds
•Bunnies
•Deer/Fawns
•Bobcats

We are a WILDLIFE Rehabilitation Center. For assistance with domestic animals; dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, etc., please contact your local Humane Society or Animal Shelter.

"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."
—Immanuel Kent

Click here to donate to help the Hurricane Harvey-orphaned wildlife in our care


The Magnificent 7

Chubby, Chubby Girl, Slasher, Screamer, Mean Little Girl,
Sweet Little Girl and Bruce the Shark


In October 2015 ARC completed our
RIVER OTTER RENOVATION PROJECT.

Our new and improved River Otter rehabilitation enclosure now has much more square-footage for added enrichment and exercise to hone their swimming, hunting, hiding and climbing skills while they are here in training preparation for their release back into the wild.

It boasts a waterfall, a rock climbing wall, den/cave/climbing areas behind the waterfall to hide in and explore, a 20' tree with big branches to climb on, a slide down into a pool from one of the tree limbs, and so much more.

We now have more “Otter” space than most zoos, and ANY other otter
rehab facility we are aware of anywhere!


Visit our You Tube Channel to see more videos!

Pete (the otter) and Shu-Shu (the Scottie)

Pete and Shu-Shu

Baby river otters often must be enticed, pushed, pulled (or dragged!) into the water by mama otter. Although swimming comes naturally to them, getting in the water does not!

> Read more about Pete and Shu-Shu!

> Meet Pete!

 

Baby Triple Squirrel Feeder

Texas State Wildlife Rehabilitator Permit #REH-0704-836 • Member IWRC
ARC-Animal Rehabilitation Center, Inc. is recognized as a non-profit organization. Section 501(c)(3) / Tax identification #/EIN: 37-1657017