December 17, 2012
While it’s unfortunate that we live in a world where the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary even has to exist, it’s an absolute blessing that it does. IEAS currently gives a permanent home and refuge to 43 exotic felines, 16 bears and 2 coatimundis. Many of these animals came from places where they were abused, neglected or just not properly cared for by the people that “owned” them. As an AZA certified facility, IEAS gives these animals the proper diets, spacious habitats, medical attention and respect they deserve. Additionally, through their unique emotional enrichment program, the hard working and patient staff have helped many of these animals learn to trust humans again. The comfort and happiness of the animals is the staff’s number one priority. I highly suggest taking a tour of this facility and making a donation. Not only will you be contributing to the direct care of these animals, you will get to take a behind the scenes look at the peaceful life these beautiful animals have there.
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