Four Osceola animal organizations teaming up to seek community support during COVID-19

  • The Central Florida Animal Reserve is one of the four animal groups that haVe come together too seek community support amid COVID-19. PHOTO/CENTRAL FLORIDA ANIMAL RESERVE
    The Central Florida Animal Reserve is one of the four animal groups that haVe come together too seek community support amid COVID-19. PHOTO/CENTRAL FLORIDA ANIMAL RESERVE
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Four organizations have come together since they all are located in Osceola County and have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

They are: The Central Florida Animal Reserve, Amazing Animals, Reptile World Serpentarium and Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge in Osceola County.

They each have continued operating during the pandemic, because they still have to be on-site to provide care, enrichment and nutrition to their animals. Over the next several weeks, possibly months, they will be presenting each of their facilities through social and digital media platforms by providing their guests a virtual view of their animals and updates on when they might open again to the public.

According to a press release, the community can help by purchasing tickets for future dates, gift cards and make financial donations. These four animal organizations need the communities support more than ever here in Osceola County, the press release stated.

Future guests can now purchase tickets for future dates purchasing gift cards and making financial donations on each of their websites and visiting their facilities soon. The websites are:

•Central Florida Animal Reserve – www.cflar.org

•Amazing Animals -   www.amazinganimalsinc.org

•Reptile World Serpentarium – www.reptileworldserpentarium.com

•Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge-  www.btnwildlife.org

Also, they can go to each of the sites to donate and for more information at https://linktr.ee/animalsosceola