Adopt an Education Animal

Become a proud supporter of an education animal today! By adopting an animal, you not only help with the care and feeding of that animal for one year, but you will also support our education program.

Here are the levels of sponsorship and what you receive at each level.

  • Bronze - $50

    • Adoption Certificate
    • 5×7 Animal Photo

  • Silver - $75

    • Adoption Certificate
    • 5×7 Animal Photo
    • TWRC Car Sticker
    • TWRC Tote

  • Gold - $100

    • Adoption Certificate
    • 5×7 Animal Photo
    • TWRC Car Sticker
    • TWRC Tote
    • TWRC T-Shirt

  • Lifetime - $750

    • Adoption Certificate
    • 5×7 Animal Photo
    • TWRC Car Sticker
    • TWRC Tote
    • TWRC T-Shirt
    • Engraved leaf on your adopted animal’s enclosure in our Center lobby.

OUR EDUCATION ANIMALS

Click "Read More" below to learn more about then

Astrid the Breaded Dragon

Astrid the Breaded Dragon

Bearded Dragon (pogona vitticeps)
Astrid was brought in as a surrendered pet, whose owner could no longer care for her.
Western Hognose Snake (Heterodon nasicus)
Boss Hogg was donated to us by the parents of a college student who had to leave Boss behind to go to school.
Cane Toad/ Marine Toad (Rhinella marina)
The cane toad is best known for being an invasive species introduced to Australia.
The Three Toed Box Turtles

The Three Toed Box Turtle

Gigantor, Spot, and Lady
All three of our box turtles came to us with metabolic bone disease (MBD), a condition that results from improper habitat or nutrition.
Iris the Screech Owl

Iris the Screech Owl

Eastern Screech Owl (Megascops asio)
Like many of our ambassadors, Iris came to us as a baby. She was the size of two stacked cotton balls!
Lucy the Squirrel

Lucy the Squirrel

Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
Lucy came to us as a baby. When she arrived, she had been abandoned and presumed to have fallen from her nest.
JJ Watt the Bull Snake

JJ Watt the Bull Snake

Bull snake (Pituophis catenifer)
JJ Watt stays with us on permanent loan from one of our reptile rehabbers.
Maizey the Corn Snake

Maizey the Corn Snake

Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus)
Like Boss Hogg, Maizey came to us as a surrendered pet. Her original keeper had hoped to breed her to his elderly corn snake,
Pugsly the Virginia Opossum

Pugsley the Virginia Opossum

Virgina Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)
Pugsley was an opossum that was brought to us along with siblings as orphans and admitted into the Animal Care Program.

ANIMAL ADOPTION FORM

Please Note: The Adopt an Animal Program is a symbolic adoption and you do not get to take the animal home. Your sponsorships will help cover the cost of the animal’s feeding, daily care and medical costs.

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