“Every single one of us makes an impact on the planet every single day & we can choose what sort of impact we want to make.” — Jane Goodall
How you can help?
Become a Philanthropic Supporter Make a donation to our SeaQuest Cares Foundation, where your tax-deductible donation will support children’s programs, including those that provide better homes for children through foster parent programs, benefit children with disabilities, as well as offering discounted field trips for Title One Schools. SeaQuest is grateful to be actively involved in both preserving and saving the lives of animals that would otherwise not survive in the wild, rehabilitating injured animals & even acting as an exotic pet rescue for animals such as parakeets & iguanas that need rehoming.
Plan a Fundraiser Plan your next fundraising event at SeaQuest, or plan an event in the name of SeaQuest Cares, using our event space in your local SeaQuest.
Meet a few of our friends that got a second chance at SeaQuest!
Toothless the Axolotl at SeaQuest Littleton
Toothless’ previous owners rescued him from a tank where larger fish had bitten off his tail & parts of his limbs. In March 2019, Toothless joined us at SeaQuest & lboes to see visitors. Meet him at SeaQuest Littleton.
Loki the Sulcata Tortoise at SeaQuest Folsom
Loki joined SeaQuest in 2018 from the Arizona Herpetological Society, who rescued him a previous owner who was unable to take care of him. Loki’s shell was mutilated from lack of sunlight & proper diet at his first home. When the Arizona Herpetological Society took him in, they replaced the affected shell portion with fiberglass. He now enjoys napping under his heaters and UVB lights at his home at SeaQuest Folsom.
Koka the Umbrella Cockatoo at SeaQuest Utah
Koka was a pet who had plucked out her feathers due to the stress of moving from home to home. In 2019, she moved into SeaQuest, Utah where she is taken care of by our bird husbandry team & now has consistent daily interactions.