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Tiger Preservation Center

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Mike-Tina-Jones wrote a review Jun 2018
Cave Junction, Oregon17 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a true rescue center for a wide variety of animals. It's not as razzle-dazzle as its neighboring big cat park, but that's because they're trying to rehabilitate injured or sick wild-type animals. They have wolves, tigers, ligers and a few other varieties. The tour guide is just one of the workers taking time to show you around. They don't have nicely appointed visitor walking areas, but this is a working facility It's worth the $10 to go see.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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derek d wrote a review Jul 2017
Livermore, California113 contributions75 helpful votes
Its ok, they have some unique cats and the kids like it, but they could do better and the attractions are long in the tooth.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Leslie M wrote a review May 2017
1 contribution6 helpful votes
The animals were well cared for and the place is clean the people who care for them work hard 7 days a week to make sure all is well cared n loved for I Relley Enjoyed it I'm going back soon
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Date of experience: March 2017
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April D wrote a review Oct 2016
Paso Robles, California306 contributions106 helpful votes
I have tried twice now to see these endangered animals but their care taker could not be bothered to show me her animals and both times citing some lame excuse not to show me the big cats . It is supposed to be a non profit operation but a have been told she drives a 2016 vehicle , what's up with that ? They did have a Snow Leopard several years ago , the main attraction and reason I went out of my way to get there before the horrible rain that was on my heels but they were once again NOT AVAILABLE
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Frognaut wrote a review Oct 2016
Cave Junction, Oregon1 contribution6 helpful votes
Found this great place on my move to Oregon. Only $8 to get into the park, the couple are fantastic! You can really tell how dedicated they are to there animals and making sure they are as happy and healthy as possible. After this visit, I started working with them, and learned so much! I love that they are NOT a breeding facility! I love how much care and love goes into the animals lives. You must visit this place!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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