WildCat Haven, Inc.
June 9, 2011
I don't know is making the negative comments, but clearly you have never been to the facility! First and foremost, tours are not given just because a check is written. I am an animal rights activist and would never support an organization that I didn't truly believe is helping animals. The Tuller's have dedicated their lives to these animals. They feed, care, clean and love these animals more than others I have known. The facility is large and the enclosures are very large....the cats have plenty of room to run, play, hide, etc. I know, I've cleaned out the enclosures and it's a full day job to do just a couple. The Tuller's home is tiny and minimalistic which is a clear indication that funds go directly to the animals. This couple does not vacation and seldom leaves the sanctuary which is what impressed me the most, their sacrifice to be with these rescues day in and day out. This couple and their facility are a blessing to these abused and neglected animals and I truly believe they are angels of mercy.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
because my husband and I have volunteered our time with them for 5+ years. We started out cleaning enclosures and building housing for the rescues. I try to visit the facility at least once a year but my focus is on fund raising events for the rescues.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them the money to purchase as much property as they want to continue rescuing animals. This sanctuary is truly a wonderful place to work and to witness and GOD BLESS THE TULLERS for the work they do!!
Volunteer & I am an event coordinator for a non profit.