Welcome to Chase Animal Rescue Sanctuary

The purpose of Chase Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc. is to improve the lives of exotic and wild animals that have been previously neglected, abused or otherwise dealt an unfair hand by the human race. Through rescue, rehabilitation and placement in an appropriate wild-like habitat, we create an ideal appropriate life plan here at their forever-home.

We are here to improve the lives of wild and exotic animals that have been previously neglected, abused, or otherwise dealt an unfair hand by the human race. With each act of kindness, you can make a profound difference. And with each contribution, you can help save yet another life. Contact Chase Sanctuary today to learn more.

Chase Sanctuary Helps The Most Vulnerable Creatures

We are a non profit volunteer organization comprised of animal lovers, trainers, rescue staff and caregivers. Our commitment is to help all types of Animals in need. We maintain a 20 acre rescue and sanctuary with facilities for primates, large birds, and tortoises. The animals who make their home here have acres of natural habitat, huge flight aviaries and fields to romp in. We are available for limited tours and to allow folks to interact with the animals and learn more about our mission at Chase Sanctuary.

Creating Meaningful Change Through Advocacy & Education

It matters because these animals cannot help themselves. It matters because we can help. It matters because the animals cannot help themselves. It matters because we can make a difference in their lives.

Animals, while our best friends, are sometimes given a less than ideal life. Since, in many instances, some human involvement contributed to this, the responsibility to intervene rests with us. In each individual situation we create an action plan to address each animal’s needs and to determine if we can rehabiliate each animal while we provide a lifetime sanctuary here at the facility.

Through education we can increase spay/neuter awareness and can discourage improper training, housing and diet. By repairing mental and physical neglect we can prepare animals to adjust to new and loving homes. By providing habitat as close to natural as possible we can provide a fulfilling life for those unsuitable for pet placement. In this manner, we make a difference.