Not your typical zoo. It really DOESN'T have many bells and whistles. It's a non-profit sanctuary for animals that have been rescued. Definitely worth seeing, and enjoyable for kids. The animals seem to be in good spirits. The place runs solely on admissions and donations, so they make do with what they have. The animals are in better condition than they've probably ever been in. The volunteers that work with the animals love what they do. They have a list of ways you can help them out, things you can donate to their cause.... I think it's a worthy establishment, and it didn't cost much. I wish I could give more to this place.
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