They have names!

Thank you to everyone who submitted names for the beautiful cougars from Argentina. Meet Harvey and Irma… After 15 years at a zoo in Argentina with no names, they are now living it up in a true sanctuary in Florida and they officially have names!               You can help[…]

They are here! Two cougars arrive at Forest Animal Rescue

Yesterday, in the early morning rain, Kurt & Lisa Stoner from Forest Animal Rescue met the rest of the team, friends from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and The Wild Animal Sanctuary (TWAS) at the Miami International Airport.   We have worked together for two long years to move two Patagonian Pumas (cougars)[…]

We are getting closer to moving the cougars from Argentina to Forest Animal Rescue

The cougars from Argentina are getting closer to moving! Both transport crates are almost complete. As soon as we have word that they are finished properly and will pass inspection by USFWS, the airline tickets can be scheduled. We are 2/3 of the way to our $10,000 goal – will you help us to raise[…]

Two cougars from Argentina are moving to Florida!

Two cougars are the last to find homes at a closed zoo – they need our help! At the Rawson Zoo in the Lower Chubut River Valley in Argentina, two tiny cougars were born. It was 2002 – the zoo was known for its collection of more than 60 exotic species of animals, but not[…]

Please help us finish the tiger habitat for Tony & Roy

We have been steadily building and expanding habitats, preparing for guided tours, but we need your help… When we left our old location in Zolfo Springs, we left behind 15 years of construction. Our tigers, Tony & Roy, had a 1-acre habitat to romp and play among the oak trees. We have promised them that  we[…]