Tree Service Helps Big Time

On May 26, 2023, we received a call about a baby squirrel that was in need of help. The person brought it to us for care. The next morning, another baby was crying from the nest and in distress. It eventually fell and was brought to us. Then, another baby was in the same predicament. This time, rescue was needed. After searching and calling numerous tree companies, we finally got help. Acorn Tree Care in Reidsville, NC. came to our rescue. They agreed to donate their services, go to the site and check the nest. They provided the manpower and a lift to get up to the nest and recover the last remaining baby. The baby is now being raised with its sibling here at Noah’s Ark. This was a wonderful donation from a compassionate, generous company and we and the baby are extremely grateful. We highly recommend Acorn Tree Care for any work you may need! Their number is 336-264-1802.

An update to this story – The squirrels recovered by Acorn were released into the wild on July 20, 2023 at a beautiful site in Lawsonville, NC. A great end to a long voyage. Thanks again goes to Acorn Tree Care as well as the volunteer that allowed their release! Donations come in all different forms and this donation of services greatly helped these squirrels!

As our summer season continues, we have added a foster dog, Maya, who is in need of a forever home. We also are preparing to receive an abuse case, a red Siberian Husky named Willow that has been severely malnourished, and is currently being treated for mange, ringworm, and a raging skin infection. Her recovery is one of many animals that depend on donations from generous supporters like you.

Maya, our current foster dog.

Maya is very sweet and loves to be around people. She would make the perfect companion for someone who is active and wants a furry friend by their side! If you are interested in her, please contact us or Mayberry 4 Paws (, the rescue we are fostering for.

Our GoFundMe is still active (! Its been a fairly quiet summer, but calls have started for the late summer/fall baby season so things will ramp back up quickly. Your donations help us care for our animal patients all year long!