Yasha Wildlife

Yasha Wildlife is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of orphaned and injured Ohio wildlife.

And The Healthy Path is dedicated to the treatment of zoonoses.

Yes, we love all animals: pets, livestock, and wildlife!

Satin Angora rabbit

We have rescued dogs, cats, and bunnies. 

Brown Huacaya Alpaca

We have bred alpacas, raised chickens, and cared for horses.

And now we are permitted to rescue, rehabilitate, and release orphaned and injured Ohio wildlife!

Yasha means "to deliver" or "to save" in Hebrew.  Thus, our mission is to save wildlife so that they can be returned to the wild to lead normal lives.

This adorable raccoon was rescued at one day old and rehabilitated and then released.

Unfortunately, wildlife brings the possibility of zoonoses, which are infections that are passed from the animal to humans. 

Wildlife rehabilitators are at risk for these zoonoses.  

But, fortunately, we treat rehabilitators for these zoonoses, such as Lyme disease, bartonellosis, tularemia, parasites, and more.

If you are a wildlife rehabilitator or if you work with animals and if you feel sick with many unusual symptoms, then you may have a zoonosis, and we can help! 

Red Tailed Hawk

Yasha Wildlife is no longer active.  So, if you have found orphaned or injured wildlife near Cincinnati, Ohio, please contact the following organizations:

  • Wildlife Emergency Service Team of Southwestern Ohio at 513-601-9617
  • Nature Nurses Wildlife Rescue Hotline at 513-601-9617
  • Second Chance Wildlife Hotline at 513-875-3433
  • Raptors, Inc (raptors only) at 513-825-3325

Juvenile Raccoon

Let food

be thy medicine, 

and medicine 

be thy food.  




Your word

is a lamp

to my feet

and a light

to my path.

~Psalm 119:105



The secret of health

for both mind and body

is not to mourn for the past,

worry about the future,

or anticipate troubles,

but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.

~Buddha (paraphrased)