July 1, 2010
I personally knew Cheryl Tuller before she started her non profit organization. To quote her directly she told me "she had to do this to support her habit". If one looks into USDA records you will clearly see she was a Breeder for a number of years prior to changing to exhibitor(at my suggestion). In fact she was a breeder while a non profit in the early years.In my opinion, due to lack of support and obvious contradiction she switched categories. At one point she even offered to sell me an ocelot which was born on her premises. To my surprise she actually ended up turning on the owner of the ocelots, similar to how she turned on our friendship. I also believe she also bred and sold Serval kittens while a Non profit to a breeder in Nevada. I believe in doing good for the benefit of the animals no matter what. Cheryl has showed me that she is judge and jury, and holds the animals welfare second. I am disappointed and sadden by my loss of her friendship but glad to have found out, better late than never.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
with tremendous sadness and loss.
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MY ROLE:Professional with expertise in this field & I helped her raise her first serval kittens when she purchased 8 cats from Washington State to begin breeding. Review from Guidestar