rescue unwanted exotic reptiles, amphibians, fish and birds from pet
owners. Please, donate your unwanted
enclosures, accessories and food to us and you will
receive a donation receipt that is tax deductible up to
the fullest extent under tax code, 501(c)(3), public charity status 170
(b) (1) (A) (vi).
Call us now: 703-924-8747 or immediately at 703-402-1576. Rather than purchase your own exotic pet and add to an ever
increasing problem, you can virtually adopt one of our rescued animals!
Thank you to all of our supporters that have donated to us in the last
quarter. Unfortunately, we
are short in our rescue funds and so we are still unable to support any
animal RESCUES. We have sufficient funds to continue operations for this
FY for the animals we already maintain. If you have ever
thought about contributing, Now is the time we need your help more
than ever. You can donate online now using the button below,
or visit our
page for additional options. Remember, we are a
nonprofit, 501(c)(3) public charity and rely 100% on the generous donations of people
and businesses like you to continue our operations, rescues, and
support of these animals. Please, help these animals
and help the families that have no where left to turn. We are
working with the business community to try to secure funding and welcome
any opportunity that can you provide through your employer. Thank you!
Thank you for your generous contribution!
Donate any amount you like. It all
*you will receive a receipt via email or mail for all donations
GOALS for 2014
Get funding to continue animals rescues and donations of
2. Always need funds, food, and accessories.
Please, contact us if you would like to help reach our
goals or use our online donate buttons now!
Contact us if you need to drop
or have us pick up donations
A few of our Rescued
Animal of the Month -
Green Moray Eel
click on the picture to visit our storefront now
Red Eared Slider Turtles
Black Rat Snake
Alligator Snapping Turtle
Green Spotted Puffer
Eastern Garter Snake
Ring Necked Snake
Eastern Box Turtle
RESCUE or Donate
Office : 703-924-8747
Immediate: 703-402-1576 or
rescue exotic pet reptiles,
amphibians, fish, and birds that owners no
longer want or can keep. We provide an
alternative to euthanasia, starving, or
releasing the animal into the wild.
A humane way out for owners who have an
animal that is too large, difficult to care
for, mean, or is just no longer wanted.
It is a "win win" for you and your pet.
You donate your pet to SSS Rescue and
receive a fair market value receipt for a
tax deduction. You also end up feeling
good that your pet will be happy
living out the rest of its life under expert
care. You can even virtually adopt it
and then visit at
2. We provide "virtual pet adoptions"
ensuring these exotic pets are kept in the
specialized care and enclosures they require
while you can still enjoy them by watching
them over the internet or your mobile
device. And 100% of your donation goes
directly to the care of your adopted animal
and is tax deductible.
3. We rescue native reptiles that are
"too close for comfort" to your house and
relocate them away from residential areas.
4. We also educate the public on
exotic animal laws that exist and
significant specialized care most of these
exotic "pets" require. We introduce
the public to facts on keeping exotic pets
that they should consider before buying one.
Exotic animals such as reptiles,
amphibians, large species of fish such as
sharks, and some large birds do not make good
pets for the general public. These animals
require considerable specialized food and
environmentally controlled enclosures to ensure
they are not a danger to the enviorment, native
animals, themselves or to your
family... read more
Summary of Law: No person may possess nonnative
exotic animals that are classed as predatory or
undesirable as a "pet." Nonnative exotic animals
include, but are not limited to: bears, wolves,
coyotes, weasels, badgers, hyenas, all species
of non-domesticated cats, alligators, and
Maryland: No person may possess or breed
the following species of animals as a "pet":
foxes, skunks, raccoons, all species of bears,
alligators, crocodiles, all species of wild
cats, wolves, nonhuman primates, various
venomous reptiles, etc.