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Noahs Lost Ark, Inc.

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Causes: Animal-Related, Animals, Protection of Endangered Species, Wildlife Sanctuaries

Mission: Noah's Lost Ark, Inc. is committed to educating people everywhere of the escalating epidemic of neglected, abused and unwanted exotic animals. By model of bestowing safe havens for mistreated exotic animals, along with educational programs, Noah's Lost Ark is instilling compassion, respect, and responsibility towards the preservation and conservation of all animals, ultimately safeguarding the natural environment for future generations.

Programs: Provide shelter to a wide variety of lions, tigers and other animals that have been abused and/or mistreated, providing a place for them to live out their lives and to educate the public regarding exotic animals not being pets.

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Rating: 5

This is a wonderful facility dedicated to the actual CARE of the animals. The staff and volunteers work very hard on a daily basis from 7 am until dark caring for animals that others have harmed. Some of the animals have medical problems that require tremendous amounts of care. They have an excellent veterinary staff and rescue animals that others might have euthanized, they give these innocent animals a second chance that they truly deserve. They receive calls daily and spend their time rescuing and improving the lives of over 75+ big cats and 125 exotic animals.
I know they have started working with a fundraising company and just DO NOT have the time to fundraise for themselves. They make GREAT sacrifices for the animals in the sanctuary. People need to understand how hard it is in all kinds of weather to care for the animals. Walk a week in their shoes and see then how you justify they spend too much on fundraising, every dollar the fundraiser brings in is a dollar they would not have. Visit the facility for yourself.

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