Please remember that all of the Wild Kritters numbers below are volunteers. Most of us work other jobs and although we all want to help the animals, sometimes it is necessary to call more than one us.
Please try the number(s) closest to where you need help. If you are not able to reach someone live, please leave a message and someone will call you back. It's OK and even recommended to leave a message with more than one us so you can get help as quickly as possible. Please be patient as it may take a while for someone to get back to you.
Until you hear back from us, the best thing you can do for an animal is to keep it in a dark, quiet place, if at all possible.
Thank you again for taking the time to help!
ATTENTION: ALL DEER ISSUES PLEASE CALL FUZZY AT 716-909-8536
If you have a question or concern about a raccoon in Niagara County please contact your local DEC officers, especially if you suspect that the animal may have rabies or distemper.
ECO Shea Mathis | 716-220-6860
ECO George Scheer | 716-377-2448
ECO Joshua Wolgast | 716-243-9038
ECO Kevin Holze | 585-369-6285
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Other Animal Rescue Organizations
Lakeview Animal Sanctuary - Farm Animal Rescue
Sandy --- 716-574-0359
AWARE - Wildlife Rehabilitators
5565 Mapleton Road
Lockport, NY 14094
Erie County SPCA Wildlife Department
300 Harlem Road
West Seneca, NY 14224
ANIMAL EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION (Erie)
AFTER-HOURS EMERGENCIES: 716-827-1609
AFTER-HOURS WILDLIFE EMERGENCIES: 716-556-0076
Domestic Dog/Cat Rescue
Diamonds in the Ruff --- 716-213-8658 --- Visit website >>
Niagara County SPCA --- 716-731-4368 --- Visit website >>
Niagara County Health Department: 716-439-7591
Any humans or animals that come in contact with Raccoon, Skunk or Bats must be reported to health department immediately
Niagara County Sheriff: 716-438-3398
Monday thru Sat. hours: 9 till 4
If an animal dog or cat is injured and needs immediate SPCA pick up your Sheriff department can call SPCA at their special number.
Wild Kritters takes care of injured, orphaned or distressed wildlife. If the animal you have is just a nuisance you must call a Nuisance Wildlife Control Officer. These trained personnel will come and take care of your problem for a fee.