We loved it here. What a great way to see some amazing wild cats, especially the endangered ones which the park is doing lots to try and protect.
The cats have massive enclosures, the White Tigers have such a lot of space you can't even see the fences! All the cats we saw looked happy and relaxed - no pacing!!! I hate to see animals pacing at the fence looking to escape, these cats were lazy, sun lovers - just like my cats at home.
There was some English explanation around the place so you can work out what you're looking at and find out a bit about the animals.
If you venture on to Lemur Island beware of the little blighters - they would spot or sniff a biscuit or a piece of fruit at 100 yards. We saw them stealing out of prams and pockets - but it was funny.
This park obviously cares about the cats. The work it does on conservation and breeding is also excellent.
I'm happy to visit here and to support them.
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