Forever Feisty Chinchilla Rescue Inc.


We did not weave the web of life; we are
merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to
the web, we do to ourselves. All things connect.
    Chief Seattle

We are a 501(c)(3) volunteer based non-profit organization. We rely on donations for the survival of the rescue. All donations are put into funds which are implemented for the rescued chinchillas' expenses such as food, housing, medical care, and daily living requirements. We are a sanctuary and forever home for many of the chinchillas we have rescued as they have ongoing medical issues and we also have many seniors. Donations are always needed and greatly appreciated. Contributions are tax deductible under applicable laws. To make a donation you may use one of the options below or, if you prefer, you can send a check or money order made payable to Forever Feisty at the address below.

Forever Feisty Chinchilla Rescue Inc.
P.O. Box 406
Granby, CT 06035

Items that we are always in need of that may be donated and sent to the above address are:

  • Oxbow Chinchilla Deluxe Pellets
  • Oxbow Timothy Hay
  • Chin Spin (15" only) available through Quality Cage or Silver Surfer available through
  • Lowe's or Home Depot Gift Cards (to purchase pine wood)
  • Jo-Ann Fabric Gift Cards (our favorite for fleece fabric)
  • Blue Cloud Chinchilla Dust
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Recurring Donation

We and the chinnies thank you

The chinnies and I would like to give a very heartfelt Thank-you to all those who have made donations to help us continue in our efforts to care for chinchillas in need.

Do Animals Have Souls?

No one can prove animals have souls. But if we open our heart to other creatures and allow ourselves to sympathize with their joys and struggles, we find they have the power to touch and transform us. There is an inwardness in other creatures that awakens what is innermost in ourselves. For ages people have known that animals have a balance and harmony we can learn from. "Ask the beasts, and they will teach you," counsels the Book of Job.

Can we open our hearts to the animals? Can we greet them as our soul mates, beings like ourselves who possess dignity and depth? To do so, we must learn to revere and respect the creatures who, like us, are a part of God's beloved creation, and to cherish the amazing planet that sustains our mutual existence. We must join in a biospirituality that will acknowledge and celebrate the sacred in all life.
    Gary Kowalski