Critter Crossing Rehabilitation is a small scale wildlife rehabilitation facility located in Attica, Michigan. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on reintroducing animals into the wild; we care for injured animals of all ages as well as orphaned critters who we hope will flourish as adults in their natural environment. We specialize in small mammals but continue to aid critters in all shapes and sizes.  We also thoroughly enjoy educating the public on our local wildlife. Please take some time to explore our website and maybe you'll learn something as well! 

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Next on our docket, an opossum enclosure! Currently, our opossum joeys (baby opossums) are housed in incubators or small pet carriers, depending on their size--which is common practice. As they grow and get closer to a releasable size they get moved outside into...

Year to Date Intakes:

2019 Total Animal Intake: 170 animals 

Species of Highest Volume:

The Opossum! 67 Opossums have been in our care so far this year!

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As with all wildlife rehabiliators, we are not funded federally or otherwise. We operate solely on private donations from people like you! We are in the process of applying for 501(c)3 status. In the meantime, we offer both easy and fun ways to donate! Thank you for your support!

Get Involved

Interested in volunteering your time with us a few hours a week? Are you skilled in a trade that we could use? Or maybe you are wanting to pursue your own permit in wildlife rehabilitation. Whatever the case, there are plenty of ways to get involved. We are could always use help! 

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Latest Completed Project:

A big thank you to all of the donors who made a contribution to our expansion shed fund! The shed has been constructed and painted and currently being used as a convenient storage space. Tile and countertops have been installed and we now have power in the shed as well. This space will be utilized to house more infant animals as our new "nursery suite" next year.