Conga had a rough start in life. She was a captive-bred pet who was abandoned by her previous owner at the age of five weeks. Fortunately, thanks to the support of our members, Lions Tigers & Bears was able to adopt her. Conga was moved into her new enclosure at the end of July, 2005, where she loves playing with her ball, and climbing on large rocks and logs. She has her own pool and waterfall and several hammocks to lounge in.
In February 2014, thanks to a very generous donor couple and cherished members of the Lions Tigers & Bears family, Conga received a new addition to her habitat - Conga's Run. This aerial skyway overlooks the McGrath Family Tiger Trails and allows Conga a bird's-eye-view of the action taking place at the sanctuary. Conga is clever, seemingly fearless, and has limitless energy. She loves to show off for our visitors, pulling off amazingly acrobatic moves with incredible grace.Conga loves to have her caretakers squirt her with the hose on warm days. Looking into her gorgeous green eyes, you can see the sparkle of mischief, and her grin lets you know she is happy and appreciative of her lifetime home at Lions Tigers & Bears. Her favorite foods are beef bones and chicken.