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FREEMe Wildlife is a registered, fully permitted facility established to undertake the care and rehabilitation of sick and injured wildlife. FREEME Wildlife was founded in 2007 when the need for a trauma and rehabilitation facility in the KwaZulu Natal midlands was identified. Adel Malan took on the role of negotiations, ground was made available and building plans were put together for a state of the art wildlife rehabilitation centre. Local developer Rob Taylor offered to sponsor the building and from then on, the project could not be stopped and FREEME Wildlife officially opened its door on 1 January 2008. Experienced staff are employed (together with many varied specialists and volunteers) to run the centre and to provide quality care, which is in the best interest of the animals, no matter how big or small.

FREEME is open 24/7 for admittance of animals or call-outs.