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My friend and I stopped here on a weekday after work. This place really loves their cats. It is a guided tour and each tour guide knows a lot about each animal and their backstories. It makes my heart happy that they are helping these...More
I took my 10 yr old to visit yesterday. We are in online school and I thought it would be educational, and it was.We loved walking around, taking our time, and enjoying the big cats up close. I've never seen the cats this close.before. When...More
I was on a "mystery" bus trip when we were taken here. At first I thought it didn't sound like much I was interested in, but I was wrong. The young woman (I think her name was Christy) was so knowledgeable and passionate about her...More
I was traveling with a friend that is a cat lover. This place is a must even if your not a cat lover. A must to see and hear stories about these animals and how they came to be here. A great way to spend...More
It was a little out of our way, but we figured when else would we have the chance to see big cats up close like this. The guide was very knowledgeable and the tour was great. While it's certainly sad to know that so many...More
Had a great experience. Up so close to the cats, intense! Beautiful animals, seemed happy, healthy and well cared for. Our guide was awesome and had a lot of knowledge. Some of the cats recognized her voice and came to greet her so we could...More
This experience was so much more impactful than I anticipated. I had so many questions and our guide was great. I learned so much and had not realized the number of large cats in situations that needed rescue.
This place is an act of love...More
Response from ChristineJsc | Reviewed this property |
According to CNN, a worker in 2013 was hurt at the facility. However according to the report, a door in the holding area was left unsecure allowing the cat to enter the area with the worker. Anytime you work with wild... More
According to CNN, a worker in 2013 was hurt at the facility. However according to the report, a door in the holding area was left unsecure allowing the cat to enter the area with the worker. Anytime you work with wild animals there is a risk.
Response from DOOR_COUNTY_FANS2015 | Reviewed this property |
Not a problem-bring your camera/phone. They are all behind fences, but often right next to them. However if weather is bad, you might not see them at all. I took some people there last June on a very hot but sunny day and... More
Not a problem-bring your camera/phone. They are all behind fences, but often right next to them. However if weather is bad, you might not see them at all. I took some people there last June on a very hot but sunny day and we got lots of pics of tigers and a video of one playing-very funny. Didn't see many lions that day, though.