Rambo (left) and Rocky (right) in their temporary floating sea enclosure, Bali, Indonesia
Dewa swimming in sanctuary waters, Bali, Indonesia.
Johnny swimming in sanctuary waters, Bali, Indonesia.
Rambo (left) and Rocky (right) in their temporary floating sea enclosure, Bali, Indonesia
Dewa swimming in sanctuary waters, Bali, Indonesia.
Johnny swimming in sanctuary waters, Bali, Indonesia.

Bali Sanctuary – Feed a Dolphin

$25.00

You can donate a feeding for one of our dolphins.  This will reduce our overhead and keep the dolphins happy and healthy. Although we may not be able to rehabilitate and release Johnny and Dewa, we are determined to give them lives filled with dignity, peace and quality.

US Customers only, if you’d like a tax receipt please email your order # to [email protected] stating your request.

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You can donate a single or multiple feedings for one of our dolphins.  This will reduce our overhead and keep the dolphins happy and healthy. We have established the world’s first permanent dolphin sanctuary, and you can help be a part of this revolutionary facility. Johnny is blind, possibly due to chlorine toxicity, and all of his teeth are missing. Dewa only has five teeth left, and his body is filled with bruises from jumping up against the broken tiles in his tank. Although we may not be able to rehabilitate and release Johnny and Dewa, we are determined to give them lives filled with dignity, peace and quality.

US Customers only, if you’d like a tax receipt please email your order # to [email protected] stating your request.

Duration

Day, Week, Month

Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible as authorized by law.

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Santa Monica, CA 90405