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First watch out for the Peacock poo, that being said it was a great experience. We visited on a Friday afternoon and got to see all the cats except the ones that preferred not to come out and say hi. My son was amazed and...More
Ok, this place is small but it's great. Such an amazing experience seeing these cats close up. I went to Santa Barbara zoo the day before and The Cat House was way better. So many cats you don't get to see elsewhere and in a...More
We had to pick up some things in Rosamond and decided to stop at the EFBC along the way.
The place is nicely landscaped and they are still planning to renovate and add future projects to the compound. There were volunteers around providing information about...More
I like that it is close to home. It is fun to walk around and watch the cats. The volunteers seem to know quite a bit about the beautiful cats. Become a sponsor and you get invited to the special events!
Ok, I went with my mom when I was 47, this is a very neat place to go, if you can go around sunset or when they are ready for feeding the cats begin to get more lively. We sat under a tree around sunset...More
We were very pleasantly surprised. The gift shop had many educational facts about the cats including the scull from a saber tooth tiger. During our walk there were several areas with shade which was a relief from the sun. Although a small area we had...More
The Cat House is not a zoo. It is a exotic feline breeding program. The cats are healthy and well cared for. I travel to the area for work and I always make time to stop by The Cat House. They are doing amazing work....More
I don't like animals in cages but actually it looked like they were pretty good! They have big cages and food, they look healthy and quiet. I loved that park! I saw many different kind of cats, only the tigers didn't show up but I...More
A few things to look for in the gift shop - the saber tooth skull donated to them by the Paige museum is easy to see, but the tiger canines in the case with it are harder to spot. The three large displays that house...More
Wasn't optimistic after some of the reviews, but turned out to be an enjoyable 90 minutes. You can get within 3 feet of most of the varied collection of cats. Unlike most zoos, the cats were moving in their enclosures when we visited - stretching,...More