I loved working there your an a++hole an you wonder why nobody stays. The animals are not worth you or your bullcrap buddy. I think the facility needs to be a little more open so they have better room to run fed once a day is not enough food for survival. I honestly hope you figure a better living environment for these exoctic animals. They need more room
What an amazing facility! It is very clear that everyone there has the best interest of the animals in their hearts. From the founder to the volunteers you can tell how much they care and how much the animals feel their love! There are strict rules you have to follow while visiting but this keeps the animals and the public safe as you are allowed to get closer to the animals!
I have been volunteering at this facility for 6 years. This is one amazing facility. These animals are very well cared for and loved, you can absolutely tell when you go on a tour. I do not know how many people have mentioned how relaxed all the animals seem and how healthy they look although they have come to the facility in horrible conditions. See for yourself what an amazing facility this is before believing any negative comments or reviews by others. The staff and volunteers work very hard to provide these animals with a loving forever home.
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My husband and I volunteer at Serenity Springs as much as we can it is the most rewarding experience we have been going out there for 2 years and hope to do it for many years to come
Serenity Springs provides refuge for throw-away big cats. The staff provide shelter food and medical care; the volunteers provide enrichment and for $10 per person, the public can get an experience of a life-time. Great place.
Went to Serenity Springs in Aigust of 2011.. FELL IN LOVE WITH THEM!!! Julie had me hooked from the get go on facebook.. was sooo impressed with the tour, asked for a donation can to put in the store I work at... I would spend every weekend there if my job allowed me to. but encourage EVERYONE to go at least once... you will love it!
As soon as someone told me about Serenity Springs, I knew I had to go check it out. As soon as I visited, I knew I wanted to get involved with helping out. I've only been volunteering for a short while now but it is my favorite place to be on the weekend. The people and the animals there are all awesome and its such a good feeling to see so many happy and healthy cats there that can call it their forever home. :)
My boyfriend arranged for us to do a photography tour for my 30th birthday last year and I couldn't stop smiling the moment we walked in the facility. It's incredible to see such beautiful, majestic animals being cared for in such a loving and responsible manner. As soon as our tour ended I immediately decided I wanted to become a volunteer to help in any way I could. If you love animals, then you should do yourself a favor and visit Serenity Springs. It truly is an amazing place.
Absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this place, been volunteering 3 years now... The animals are well cared for and amazing, the facility is well kept and a safe/wonderful place to visit. The people are amazing both employees and volunteers they love this place and the animals so very much. I couldn't ask to be part of a better organization
I'm one of the tour guides for Serenity Springs and have been volunteering there for 3(+) years. Introducing visitors to our big cats is a great joy and one that I never tire of. If you've never visited Serenity Springs, you should definitely put it on your list of things to do. Spending time with our beautiful cats, you will see how well cared for and how well loved they are...and you will come away having experienced a bit of magic!
Serenity Springs is an amazing place. You can tell that the animals are very happy there by the way that they interact with the staff, volunteers and the public. I wish I could spend more time there.
I have been volunteering for Serenity Springs for several years. Taking in these abandoned sometimes abused animals and giving them a safe home, has meant a great deal to me. The volunteers are great and work hard to support the place in anyway they can.
Serenity Springs is a fabulous home to unprotected and abandoned wild animals our society believes they should own. We are home to 130 Big Cats and misc. animals who were homeless until adopted by our center. We have saved their lives and because of it they give so much back. Relaxed, well fed and very loving (from behind their large cages, of course), the tigers, lions, leopards, serval, bobcats and mountain lions promptly come up to visit when we are giving tours. Everyone gets to meet our family from a distance of 5 feet away, enjoying the animals fabulous size, coloration and personality. Our volunteers give mercifully to help protect these magnificent animals, they are truly a gift from God and deserve a wonderful life. The owners, Nick & Julie Sculac have sacrified everything to keep these animals alive and they deserve a huge congratulations.
Back in 2009 I visited the Park and became in awe of the animals and of the Volunteers there. Such a magnificent place! The people were so nice and the animals are so happy. I have been back a number of times since 2009. This past year during a visit I decided "Ive had it!" I must help and be apart of this place! I am now a volunteer and am so proud to be part of such a great and caring organization!