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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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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

I don't know where they got my name nor do I care. I am happy to do anything to protect the wildlife that still exists. I don't think a birthday cake with frosting is gonna do any harm to the bears. That's nit-picking. I am just glad there are people out there trying to sav e these animals from pain and torture. I'm on a fixed income but I will do my best to support this wonderful sanctuary with whatever I have.



Rating: 1

they have mailed me stuff and called me for at least 6 months and have never explained where they got my information and have refused to unsubscribe me.



Rating: 5

I am very familiar with Noah's Lost Ark. It is a sanctuary for abused exotic animals. Currently there are over 150 animals including: lions, tigers, bears, wolves, turtles, reindeer and many others. Many of the animals have some really sad stories which are availiable on the internet. Now they are very well maintained and are really beautiful.

The sancturay is licensed by the Dept of Agriculture to receive visitors and is open to the public from May thru October. A nominal fee is charged for admission.

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