We had tropical storm conditions overnight, but all of the animals are safe. With only minimal tree damage at the sanctuary, we are all thankful. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who were not as fortunate and for those that may still be in Dorian’s path.
September 3, 2019 11:45am Managing a sanctuary with over 100 rescued wild animals is especially stressful in times of natural and manmade disasters. We have contingency plans in place for every conceivable situation, but that does little to minimize the stress when the time comes. As of the most recent update, Hurricane Dorian is moving[…]
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Powerline Wildfire in the Ocala National Forest narrowly misses the sanctuary
It has been a long time coming, but we think we have figured out which of the tigers rescued from Colorado will be best friends with Roy. Eva met Roy today in the newest acreage habitat for the tigers. Enjoy some video clips of their introduction… We will keep you posted as we continue with[…]
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