WRANPS Get Some Much Needed Help

The Wildlife Rehabilitation and Nature Preservation Society has the money it needs to keep it doors open a little longer.

Earlier we told you how WRANPS, the group that takes in injured and orphaned animals, was actually on the verge of closing its doors. Financial problems threatened to shut down the rehabilitation center by the end of May.

Now thanks to new memberships as well as donations totaling about $1,600, director Katy Pope says the center has enough money to last until mid-June. Pope says WRANPS isn't eligible for grant money because they do not own the property they are situated on.