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You need to file forms with the Feds to receive a 501c(I may be wrong with the numbers it may be 503c) permit in order to be recognized for tax exemptions.You then need to contact your local governmemt about zoning and other ordinances. You can find out exactly what is needed by Googling “starting an animal sanctuary” . You will also need to taken proper training on handling all sorts of animals in various needs and situations.Good luck
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