Sloth Relief & Shelters Inc

We are a nonprofit organization that provides medical aid, educational/care packages and assists with building Eco-Friendly rehabilitation


We spearhead multiple fundraisers, collects donated medical & veterinary equipment and delivers sloth related care packages to for those in care of the well-being and recovery for these species.

Sloth Relief has delivered locally to zoo’s in Florida and internationally to rescue centers & sanctuaries in Costa Rica. Medical aid, Care Packages and Sloth specific enclosures will be provided to local Zoos, Sanctuaries and Veterinarians; for those in care of the well-being, rehabilitation and housing of Sloths. Our goal is to get the Pygmy Three Toed-Sloth off the Critically Endangered List & the Maned Sloth off the Vulnerable species list.

Medical Aid/Veterinary Care
Care packages


Our vision is grand and will have its challenges but, our hearts, strength, determination and community assistance, we can achieve this high reaching accomplishment. Your contribution would be a big step towards the preservation of these endangered and injured sloths. By getting the local community involved, Sloth Relief and Shelters will collect and distribute Medical Aid/Veterinary Care, Care Packages & Eco Friendly Sloth specific enclosures.

We here at Sloth Relieve and Shelters are not specifically asking for monetary donations, as our vision and mission will require a combination of a few different elements to be executed successfully.

Items we wish to collect …

  • Medical Equipment (ex. retired medical incubators, General Veterinary Tools, etc.,)
  • Hardware
  • Lumber
  • Recyclable Resources
  • Towels/Blankets, etc…

Any amount of monetary donation, no matter the size would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for showing interest in our mission and providing assistance; you are the hero that endangered and injured sloths deserve. Your love can save a species.




Did You Know?

Growing Up

A baby sloth will stay with its mother for a full 12 months, during which time it learns all of the essential skills required to survive in the wild. As well as drinking milk, baby sloths will begin to sample leaves from around their mother’s mouth from as early as 1 week old. This process teaches the baby exactly which tree species are safe to eat.