This is one of so many non-profits operating under the guise of "sanctuary" while really just exploiting animals. Year after year the facility breeds yet claims to be a rehabilitation center. The owners constantly schemes to make money, exploiting family, friends, volunteers and most importantly the animals. This facility breeds animals, sells animals, and exploits animals, yet they claim to be a santuary. USDA, should investigate their breeding for profit practices, and work to have the federal license revoked due to all the animal welfare violations. This non-profit organization is a failure to its community. ..claiming the county commissioners were going to "put down" ALL there big cats and close their facility for good...in reality it was a "cry-wolf" tactic that back fired on them. The owners of this facility have been crying out for donations and sending out newsletters begging the public to help feed their animals, unbeknownst to the public, that they have a contract with walmart to get barrels and barrels of meat every week from over three different walmart locations, which is more than enough for ALL their animals. The Ringo-land circus has been exploiting animals since 1995, they have changed their business name three different times, they have moved locations over three different times. Everything about this so-called santuary is a complete failure to the well being of ANY kind of animals, emphasis on BIG CATS!!