Mission: Providing care for neglected, abandoned, and abused animals; providing a humane alternative to euthenasia for exotic wild animals; and educating the general public about the dangers of having exotic wild animals as pets.
Programs: Provided care and habitat for over 250 wild and exotic animals (including big cats, bears, wolves, primates, reptiles, and hoof stock). We raised funds for this purpose by giving educational tours to individuals and groups. Over 25,000 people every year tour the facility. Finally, we provide internship opportunities for volunteers and education for the general public about the realities and hazards of trying to keep and maintain wild or exotic animals as personal pets.