My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for International Exotic Feline Sanctuary Inc, Boyd, TX, USA
IEAS is an amazing sanctuary for animals. They work hard every single day to not only provide the best care for their bears and wildcats, but also educating the public. They take animal care and safety very seriously, and they always put the needs of the animals first. They do an incredible job with their internship program. They educate interns on the the growing concern of exotic animal ownership, as well as, prepare them to change the world of captive wildlife. They are a terrific sanctuary and have the greatest animals.
Review for The Wildcat Sanctuary, Sandstone, MN, USA
I was an intern at TWS for a summer, and they have an amazing program. They really focus on educating the truth to interns, volunteers, and public about exotic animal ownership. They are encouraging and a great staff to work with. Their number one priority is the safety and well-being of the animals, and do everything in their power to provide a comfortable and peaceful home for these amazing cats. They are hard workers, and all the animals are treated with the greatest respect. Each animals enclosure is designed for their specific requirements (whether it is breed or personality specific). They always take full advantage of interns and volunteers lending a hand to help build and create a bigger and better place for the animals to live. They are constantly at affairs such as Pride Day, Quarry Days, etc. to get their message of stopping exotic animal ownership out to the public. They are a great place to volunteer!
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opened my eyes to the severe consequences humans have on animals through exotic animal ownership. but with people that choose the animals over themselves, such as TWS, the cats can live in peace for the rest of their lives
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