WildCat Haven, Inc.

Rating: 4.69 stars   55 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: PO Box 1071 Sherwood OR 97140 USA

Mission: Our Mission The mission of WildCat Haven is threefold:Rescue . . . those wildcats who have suffered the fate of abandonment, abuse or neglect.Nurture . . . our rescues by providing a safe, natural habitat; the best nutritional and medical care possible; and an active, effective conditioning and enrichment program to provide for their physical and psychological well being.Educate . . . to promote awareness, empathy and active concern for the humane treatment of captive-born wildcats through information and advocacy.By continuously working with other sanctuaries, animal welfare agencies and the public, we are able to form strong relationships with individuals and businesses that support, and are invested in, the vision and mission of WildCat Haven.
Geographic areas served: All across the United States
2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 93-1320051
503-625-0812
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Rating: 5 stars  

WildCat Haven is one of the few accredited sanctuaries in the US. , rescuing abused and neglected big cats. These cats are not on display to the public, but rather live their lives in a beautiful, natural setting with the best food, veterinary care, love and compassion so denied them in the previous lives. Cheryl and Mike Tuller do a wonderful job of caring for these magnificent felines.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have had the privilege of being involved with WildCat Haven for several years in different capacities--onsite work, events, fundraising, working with the public.  It continues to be an honor to promote the good work being performed by this sanctuary.  And they are a TRUE sanctuary in that they do not buy, breed, sell or exhibit their rescues--and they are NOT open to the public.  The well being of the cats is the first priority.  The rescues receive the best care possible--veterinary care, shelter and food.  Unlike so many sanctuaries and shelters, your donations go directly toward the care of the cats.  WCH has only ONE paid staff--an animal care technician.   I encourage everyone to support the good work of WildCat Haven!

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John Ruskin, the famous English critic, essayist and reformer said "What we think, or what we know. or what we believe in is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do." What we do. Walking the talk...and that is what Mike and Cheryl Tuller of Wildcat haven have been doing since I met them 8 years ago. These two speak little and act a lot. Their passion has always been about the cats, and what they can do to help these animals, unable to be released due to their life in captivity, live a healthy, unecumbered and peaceful existence. Every decision I have seen them make, bar none, has had a question in front of it. The question is "what is truly best for the cats?" These people and this sanctuary sets a standard for kindness and unselfishness toward animals that we all can learn from. It's an honor to be affiliated with this sanctuary.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization beyond what is required of board members?

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How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

Will you tell others about this organization?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

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