We here at the Big Cat Habitat support all people who want to help, and in return we want to help them! There are hundreds of sanctuaries around the country that are struggling to make ends meet. These people devote their lives to helping exotic animals that have nowhere to go, the least we can do as human beings is help our friends in their quest to save the animals!
We get a variety of help from our surrounding merchants as well as local people just touch by the mission of saving the wild. Kay Rosaire has spent her life feeding and caring for a multitude of exotics and its been a long battle finding the funds to achieve the level of serenity these animals deserve. She has spent countless hours visiting local grocery stores, restaurants and friends asking for support in any way they can. Times are tough and money is short in this economy, but at the end of the day people want to help.
If you are a sanctuary or know any that are in need of some help please feel free to contact Kay here at the Big Cat Habitat and she would be more than happy to exhaust all resources possible in hopes of saving more of these exotic animals around the country.
We cannot take house cats at the habitat. The organisms and bacteria they spread will hurt our big cats.