Officials confiscated nearly 200 lions, tigers, jaguars, and other big cats found in fair to poor condition. We have been in contact with a team of veterinarians assisting on the ground and would like to raise $5,000 to help cover veterinary supplies for their team to provide the animals with critical treatment. Can you help us meet our goal? Click to learn more and donate to our GoFundMe
A true sanctuary would NEVER allow breeding and public contact with their big cats, as this only perpetuates the issues of captive abuse for these apex predators. In fact, anytime you see a facility with a lot of baby animals and allowing public handling and petting - this is a major red flag that the operation is NOT a sanctuary; it is an operation fueling the breeding and exploitation of animals for profit.