Ark Association to Rescue Kritters

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Ark Association to Rescue Kritters
Ark Association to Rescue Kritters is listed in the Humane Societies category in Saint Helen, Michigan. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ark Association to Rescue Kritters which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ark Association to Rescue Kritters on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for Ark Association to Rescue Kritters is:
3878 S Maple Valley Rd
Saint Helen, MI 48656
(989) 389-3305
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Stop and say hi to Boudica at the Houghton Lake Tractor Supply today. Help us fill the cabinets for the baby season. We will be here until 3 today.

A.R.K. / Association to Rescue Kritters added 2 new photos.
Tonight's adventure sent two of our volunteers in different directions. One volunteer headed to Grayling to pick up two baby squirrels. The other met a gentleman in Clare who drive up from Ithaca with eight baby bunnies. Baby season is here! Please, if you have an animal in trouble, give us a call. As more kritters come in, our messages will have a longer response time.

Ari wants to remind everyone to come see her tomorrow at the Houghton Lake Tractor Supply from 10 to 3. Help us stock our shelves for baby season! Some items we are in need of are: Pedialyte Puppy & kitten chow Dog & cat food (dry and wet) Unsweetened apple sauce Veggies Worms Minnows Contractor bags Dish soap, hand soap Bleach (not splashless) A full list can be found on our website: arkritters.org


A.R.K. / Association to Rescue Kritters added 2 new photos.
On April 12 we posted a picture of this year's first litter of bunnies. We took the three survivors of a destroyed nest on April 9. We're happy to report they are doing well and will soon be released as healthy bunnies in a natural environment with lots of hiding places. As their eyes opened, they were introduced to dried grasses, timothy hay and orchard grass, then fresh grasses, dandelions and old fashioned oats. Other greens were gradually added. They are fed fresh greens at least twice a day. This morning they are enjoying their grasses, timothy hay, green leaf lettuce, curly parsley, and a very small amount of kale.