A Safe Place
We offer a safe place for big cats and many other animals. We are a safe haven for animals! read more...
Meet our tigers...we have many healthy and happy tigers you can come visit. Meet all of our tigers!
The Big Cat Habitat cares for many lions. They have a safe place for life and we invite you to come see them anytime! Meet our lions!
We have many other beautiful animals at the Big Cat- bears, chimps, a petting zoo, birds and much more! Read more...
Our Pledge is to Love, Respect and Provide Sanctuary for Life!
Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary - A Safe Place for All Animals
We ask everyone to do their part to save big cats throughout the world. _______________________________________________________________________
AMAZING ANIMALS IN ACTION, Weekends Jan 24. – Mar. 1
Come see a variety of exotic and domestic animals with our fun educational demonstrations for the next 6 weekends at Big Cat Habitat!
We will be open from 11AM-6PM! Tickets are $18 for adults and $7 for children
We are open on Wednesday through Sunday 12:30PM-4:00PM.
Gates open at 12:30pm. We close at 4:00pm.
Demonstration in air conditioned arena is a 2pm daily
Admission $15 for adults and $7 for kids. All parking is FREE!!
Come help us raise money to support the animals all year long!
Learn About Big Cat Habitat!
We are a non-profit safe haven for big cats, bears, and other animals in need. The Big Cat Habitat was founded by Kay Rosaire who has more than 30 years of experience working with and caring for exotic animals. Our goal is to educate the public by fostering appreciation for animals and stressing the importance of habitat preservation.
You Can Visit the Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast SanctuaryYou can come visit us and learn more about the animals we take in. More importantly you will be able to see all the beautiful animals and see what truly caring for these amazing creatures means. There are many ways to visit:
The Rosaire’s have long been noted for rescuing and offering a safe haven at their sanctuary, the Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary, a 501©(3) Non-Profit Organizations that take in mistreated and unwanted animals.