Mary Cummins Animal Advocates Los Angeles California Wildlife Rehabilitation Real Estate

Mary Cummins Animal Advocates Los Angeles California Wildlife Rehabilitation Real Estate

Monday, January 18, 2016

Animal Advocates 2015 Year End Report - Los Angeles, California - Mary Cummins

Here are a few things we've accomplished in 2015 thanks to you and all your help.
Wild animals we rescued for release
▪ 242 Tree Squirrels ▪ 162 Opossums ▪ 49 Raccoons ▪ 45 California Ground Squirrels ▪ 22 Gophers ▪ 52 Striped Skunk ▪ 101 Pigeon ▪ 48 Wild bunnies ▪ 7 Coyotes ▪ 3 Bobcats ▪ 5 Foxes ▪ 67 Rats ▪ 44 Mice ▪ 28 Pip bats ▪ 29 Hoary bats ▪ 67 California myotis bats ▪ 144 Mexican free-tail bats
1,115 wild animals, 95% release rate (2% euthanized, 3% died)
Domestic animals we rescued
28 House Bunnies 33 Cats 51 Red eared slider turtles 3 Iguanas 72 Koi fish 45 Domestic rats 32 Domestic mice 12 Hamsters 22 Domestic ducks 34 Guinea Pigs 17 Chickens 349 rescued, all rehomed
Exotic pets transported out of state
We have permission to bail exotic pocket pets for transport out of the state. We bailed and arranged for transport of 247 exotic pets.
1,711 total animals rescued. We're over 1,000 again! Considering our limited donations and Mary Cummins being out of commission off and on because of her back, not a bad year.
Other activities
Paid to spayneuter 53 animals owned by others Gave wildlife presentations at six public events Uploaded 12 new animal rescue videos to YouTube Now have over 5,300 YouTube subscribers Now have over 8,565,000 video views on YouTube Now have over 63,000 Facebook fans Now have over 1,500 Twitter followers 15 year perfect inspection reports from USDA Consulted with two cities about educating the public about wildlife Taught a class for small mammal rehabilitators Responded to over 1,000 emails asking for animal advice/help from all over the world Responded to over 1,300 phone calls asking for animal advice/help Over 500,000 hits on our website Animal Advocates
Over 2,000,000 hits on our website Squirrel Rescue We are a 100% "green" organization
Every year we generally have to say a few goodbyes so special animals and friends. Knock on wood, none this year.
Thanks to Baby Warm for the new incubator Thanks to Dr. Jennifer Conrad for the Paw Project documentary. Thanks to Frank for all the formula. Thanks to “you know who” for money for new tires for the rescue mobile Thanks to Eldad Hagar for helping animals. Thanks to PETA for stopping the cruel "Possum Drop." Thanks for the hay and donations. Thanks to everyone in the food recycling program. Thanks to Brenda Barnette for allowing us to pickup wildlife from the shelters. Thanks to new Mayor Eric Garcetti for all his help with animals. Thanks to Governor Brown to appointing wildlife friendly people to the commission soon Thanks to Fish & Game Commission for outlawing animal hunt contests. Thanks to people who helped transport animals. Thanks to all the volunteers. Thanks everyone for all the love and support. And a special thanks to anyone I accidentally left off the list and our anonymous donors.
2016 Marks our 14th year as a non-profit organization. We have a lot of new things planned! ▪ We're looking for a new property with more land that backs up to city or state park land. ▪ We'll be rewriting our wildlife rehabilitation manuals and finishing a book. ▪ We'll be redoing the websites. ▪ We'll be starting a membership with a newsletter, special offers and live wildlife programs. ▪ We'll be applying for grants to expand our program ▪ We expect to get our wildlife rescue numbers back up. We should be over 1,300. The economy has really taken a toll on our finances.
If you're doing some year end tax planning, keep in mind that Animal Advocates is a 501 3c non-profit corporation recognized by the IRS and Attorney General. We are also recognized by the state of California as a legal non-profit corporation. All donations are tax deductible. Our PayPal button is on our website http://www.AnimalAdvocates.usor/ you can always send a check to
Animal Advocates 645 W. 9th St. #110-140 Los Angeles, CA 90015-1640
That's a P.O. box so don't deliver animals there. Here are more ways you can help Animal Advocates.
We also have a GoFundMe campaign but would prefer direct donations as GoFundMe takes 10%
We have an Amazon Smile account
We have an eBay account you can friend, fan or donate to.

We have an iGive account
Thanks from everyone at Animal Advocates for caring about animals. We wish you a happy and wonderful New Year!
Mary Cummins, MaryEllen Schoeman and everyone else at Animal Advocates

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.

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