Currently there are more than fifty animals
on the grounds. A few were chosen and specially hand raised
for the specific purpose of ducation in schools.
Many were abandoned, unwanted, abused, and neglected
ex-pets. In addition to the daily maintenance provided, the
volunteers also conduct wildlife educational programs in public
They will be giving a presentation during the convention. This
will include a live encounter with some of the animals from
their facility. The star of this show will be Kacha, a Florida
Panther, and opportunities to take a photo with him will be
available. The Charity Auction will commence following C.A.R.E's
presentation. Dr. Samuel "Uncle Kage" Conway has graciously
agreed to conduct the auction.
The C.A.R.E. Foundation was established to:
* Provide a safe and permanent home for
all types of animals in need, including abandoned pets.
* Educate the public about current environmental
issues relating to threatened and endangered habitats and species.
* Educate the public about the interactions of the animals
and the environment in which they live.
* Educate and help dispel common myths about some of
these wondrous creatures that inhabit our earth.