A New Bat World Sanctuary

The new Bat World Sanctuary

We are finally finished with the construction of our new facility in nearby Cool. Texas! We’ve worked hard for this but it could not have been possible without our generous and loyal supporters. Every time we’ve needed you, you’ve always stepped up, and we can’t possibly thank you enough.

The layout was drafted entirely with the bats in mind as well as the volunteers, making the bats more comfortable and the staff’s jobs easier. Best of all, our larger facility will also allow us to rescue more bats in need.

Click here, then click on the photos to bring up a slideshow of our progress as it occurred. We are also working on a video that will show the finished product so please check back on that.


Donations are appreciated and will help us continue to provide care for the sanctuary bats that live with us permanently due to injury and old age, as well as the bats receiving rehabilitation and release.

Contributions can also be mailed to:
Bat World Sanctuary
299 High Point Rd
Weatherford, TX, 76088

The video below honors those we have saved, and it was created in hope for those who are still waiting to be rescued.  (Please note that the video depicts a different rendering from the above design as the layout changed after the video was made.)


A New Bat World Sanctuary — 6 Comments

  1. I did not know of your work until a friend showed a photo on Facebook, of all places! Great that you help our fellow mammals! Now if we could just get some respect and humane treatment for those we choose to eat.

  2. I grew up in central Texas and had bats next door in the attic of a hundred year old house. My parents loved them, and we would lay outside in the evening to watch them come out and eat. I grew up with skunks,raccoons,possums,etc., and still love rescuing them when I can. Your bats are awesome and beautiful, and want to donate when I can so you can keep doing the wonderful work you do. I share so much, my friends and family are learning more than they ever thought they would. Your bats are so lucky to have you helping them!! Thank you!

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