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Tigers For Tomorrow Exotic Animal Preserve Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Our mission is to uphold the highest standards of care and respect for native and exotic animals in need of a secure permanent home. As a wild animal park and rescue preserve we will be open to the community as an environmental educational learning center and recreational destination for the entire family.

Results: We have grown to some 175 animals that needed and have found a permanent home. Our new wellness center is nearing completion which will allow our residents to have surgeries and other healthcare on-site reducing stress to the animals. We have a large project we need financial help with to rehome to Tigers for Tomorrow 6 tigers in Guatemala that were in circuses shut down by the Guatemalan government due to mistreatment of the animals.

Target demographics: We directly benefit endangered and threatened species of lions, tigers, bear, and wolves while preserving the lives of other species eminently in need.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Tigers for Tomorrow hosted educational seminars and tours to the general public about the prevention of habitat destruction, endangered and threatened species and care of our animals.

Geographic areas served: This is an international outreach to preserve endangered and threatened species by educating people and supporting habitat preservation programs.

Programs: Tigers for Tomorrow educates some 20,000 guests annually from all over the world.

Community Stories

13 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Truly a magical place. These amazing animals are extraordinarily well cared for, loved and treated with the utmost respect. As a volunteer for over 12 years, I know this to be true!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

They have made the best out of a harsh situation for these beautiful animals. Its difficult at a zoo because you question wether or not the animals are loved and taken care of, but here there's no doubt they love these beautiful creatures. They eat better then i do, lol. I feel perfectly fine paying to go enjoy this sanctuary and always make a donation. Highly recommend visiting here, wonderful job these folks are doing!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This place is a blessing. They are true warriors in the fight for animal conservation and their animal sanctuary is exemplary in the field of animal education. When you visit them you can tell that everyone that works there deeply cares and loves the amimals.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Awesome place and staff hidden gem in alabama up close and personal with big cats

1 David H.12

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This quiet, unassuming wildlife sanctuary has really impressed myself and my wife. After leaving Florida to protect their animals from the dangers of hurricanes and tropical storms they relocated in rural northeast Alabama. They provide education tours for small groups, and area schools. Their staff is truly caring of the animals and they are progressive with updating their grounds for the benefit of the animals. Tigers for Tomorrow functions as true ambassadors for the survival of their charges and the community.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Tigers for tomorrow is a hidden gem in rural Alabama. The animals are beautiful and are so close that your experience is almost unreal. To see the beauty of God's creation in such a quiet peaceful setting is amazing. From the big chair in the bear den to the pumpkin tossing the animals offer humor and delight. Take the time and go visit. You won't be disappointed.

1 Theresa L.2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is a wonderful place to visit. The animals are treated so well by each of the staff. If you ask they are glad to talk about the animals. If you get a chance to take a guided tour you will learn a lot about each animal and see how the act when they see people who love them. It is heartwarming to hear some of their stories. I wish I lived closer so I could volunteer.

1 Jessica N.4

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This adventure was an hour and a half drive for us but totally worth it. We only talked to a hand full of workers but you can feel the love and respect they give these animals. They aren't treated as spectacles but like family. It is refreshing to see such a place that puts the dignity of these magnificent creatures above all else. The staff is educational and shows much appreciation to visitors. Our kids (6 & 17) definitely enjoyed experiencing the animals and learning about them.

Vinetta Kemp B.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I went with my grandchildren a few years back and was so impressed with how much they cared for the animals. It was not about our experience but about the welfare safety and comfort of the animals. The staff was wonderfully informative and helpful. We all had such a great time. We love Tigers for Tomorrow and are looking forward to our next visit.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is an amazing place. You really get an up close look at many animals. These animals may come from many walks of life but once they come to TFT they have forever homes. You get to see tigers lounging in their pools, lions sunbathing and wolves playing. All the animals get lots of toys and fun activities. In the fall they do pumpkin tosses. Nothing like watching a big cat swatting it around or a grizzly squashing it open. Friendly staff. Extremely informative tours. Large gift shop. Picnic area to bring lunch and eat. This is a great place to spend the day.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I have visited Tigers For Tomorrow several times over the years with and without my children. It's the closest you will ever get to an apex predator without being in danger. The educational experience is 2nd to none. You will never get this from a zoo or circus. Wear comfy shoes because you can bring a lunch and spend the day if you like. You can go through and circle back as many times as you want once you pick your favorites. Check out their tours. They do pumpkin tosses, have drum circles and more depending on when you choose to be there. So make sure you check out their Facebook page to know what is going on the day you are going @tftatuntamedmountain #tftatuntamedmountain

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered at Tigers For Tomorrow for years. I am still impressed by the cleanliness
and care provided for the animals. It is a non-stop effort that is carried out with complete dedication.

2 Tim B.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is an amazing group of people doing amazing work! I visit here often and always find the animals clean and well cared for. The grounds are clean and well kept. The staff is friendly. Well worth the drive to visit this beautiful place.
No other place can you get this close to the wild animals plus you learn so much from the people that work there. It's one of my favorite non-profits that I personally support.