Our Permanent Residents.

Over the years, Fallin' Pines has taken in a number of animals suffering from abuse, injuries or improper care. Many of these animals have found loving adoptive homes; however a few become permanent residents. We are offering a sponsorship program to provide our supporters a way to help us insure these animals receive the best care possible for life.

  • Sponsorship Information
  • All sponsors receive a picture and a history of their chosen animal.
  • All animals are available to an unlimited number of sponsors.
  • Sponsorships make a unique gift for family and friends.
  • Your name and personal information will be kept strictly confidential.

Rocko


Rocko is a male wallaroo, a smaller version of a kangaroo. He came from a breeder who already had too many males. Rocko spends his days roaming the compound with Ringo, Sprocket and Mattie. He can often be seen solicitng almonds and other treats. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Rocko.

Ringo


Ringo is a male wallaroo. He was taken from his mother's pouch too soon. He had to be nursed back to health at the rescue.Ringo spends his days roaming the compound with Rocko, Sprocket and Mattie. He can often be seen solicitng almonds and other treats. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Ringo.

Sprocket


Sprocket is a male Bennett Wallaby, a smaller version of a kangaroo.Sprocket spends his days roaming the compound with Ringo, Rocket and Mattie. He can often be seen solicitng almonds and other treats. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Sprocket.

Snickers


Snickers is a Malaysian Squirrel that came from a breeder. His mother rejected him, and the breeder brought him to the rescue to be hand-raised.Snickers spends his days frolicking with Binky, Deliah and Wrigley in the Malaysian Squirrel enclosure.Please consider Sponsoring Snickers.
 

Wrigley


Wrigley is a Malaysian Squirrel that came from a breeder. Wrigley spends his days frolicking with Binky, Deliah and Snickers in the Malaysian Squirrel enclosure.Please consider Sponsoring Wrigley. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Wrigley.

Jersey Girl


Jersey Girl is a gray squirrel that was raised as a pet in New Jersey before her family relocated to Florida. She is imprinted on humans and cannot be released in the wild. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Jersey Girl.

Katie


Katie is an African Grey Parrot who was grieving over the death of her mate and had plucked out her feathers. She is now happy with the other parrots at the rescue and is doing much better. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Katie.

Maxwell


Maxwell is a young Muntjac deer that was surrendered to the rescue. Muntjacs are very small deer native to South Asia but are bred and sold as pets. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Maxwell.

Moe


Moe is a very friendly Yellow-foot tortoise. He is now a permanent resident because his owners moved out of state and could not take him. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Moe.

Deliah


Deliah is a Malaysian Prevost's squirrel. She came from a breeder who was trying to raise too many squirrels. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Deliah.

Binky


Binky is a female Malaysian Prevost's squirrel. Her mother rejected her and killed her brother. Binky came to Fallin' Pines at only a few days old and was hand raised. Fallin' Pines could not exist without the continued donations of the public. Please consider Sponsoring Binky.

Pooh-Bear


Pooh-Bear is a kinkajou (Potos flavus) is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons, and the ringtail and cacomistle. It is the only member of the genus Potos and is also known as the "honey bear" (a name that it shares with the sun bear). Kinkajous may be mistaken for ferrets or monkeys, but are not closely related to either. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly frugivorous, arboreal mammal is not an endangered species, though it is seldom seen by people because of its strict nocturnal habits. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. The species has been included in Appendix III of CITES by Honduras, which means that exports from Honduras require an export permit and exports from other countries require a certificate of origin or re-export. They may live up to 40 years in captivity Please consider Sponsoring Pooh-Bear.

Tilley


Tilley is a kinkajou (Potos flavus) is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons, and the ringtail and cacomistle. It is the only member of the genus Potos and is also known as the "honey bear" (a name that it shares with the sun bear). Kinkajous may be mistaken for ferrets or monkeys, but are not closely related to either. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly frugivorous, arboreal mammal is not an endangered species, though it is seldom seen by people because of its strict nocturnal habits. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. The species has been included in Appendix III of CITES by Honduras, which means that exports from Honduras require an export permit and exports from other countries require a certificate of origin or re-export. They may live up to 40 years in captivity Please consider Sponsoring Tilley.

Various unnamed residents.


Currently Shirley cares for 11 handicapped squirrels, 4 Muted White Swans and several other pond critters who don't have names.'