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New General Meeting Location

The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region Logo has graciously agreed to let us use their conference room to host our monthly General Meetings. The meetings will still be held on the second Tuesday of every month at 6pm. The address is 610 Abbott Lane, Colorado Springs, 80905. Please do not contact the HSPPR for information regarding the meeting but either 719-475– WILD (9453) or email us at A big Thank You to them for opening their doors to us!


Rehabilitator Update

Elaine Webb Co-Founder and rehabilitator, Elaine Webb, resigned her position on the Board of Directors in May of 2012. In March of 2012, her husband passed away and she decided to move to Southern California to be closer to family. The experience and information that she provided to WFF was invaluable and she is certainly going to be missed.


It is difficult to find words to express our sadness at the loss of Anita Bush. This small and quiet woman volunteered her time and home to provide the Pikes Peak Region with outstanding licensed wildlife rehabilitation. Anita’s efforts gave each sick, orphaned and injured animal, gentle care and a safe place to recover with the time enough to heal. . She paid attention to every detail, of every one of her hundreds of wildlife cases, which most often included rabbits, raccoons and squirrels. Anita Bush was a woman of great character, compassion and commitment for a more humane future for Colorado wildlife. Wild Forever Foundation will dearly miss her. Anita’s family and friends will be in our thoughts and prayers.
In honor of Anita, Wild Forever Foundation will be planting a tree in her honor in the Spring of 2013.

Linda R. Cope, Co-Founder WFF


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