My family just happened to see billboards for the sanctuary & decided to stop. I sure wish we had planned our visit so we could have had more time but we had to get to Oklahoma that day. But the short time that we were there made a huge impact on us. This place & these people are flat-out amazing in the work that they do rescuing these animals. They have signs on each enclosure telling the story of each animal & how they came to be at the sanctuary & I think that if everyone read these stories, there would be fewer ignorant people buying big cats for pets. We were very touched by this place. We are "adopting" a cat to help pay for its food & we plan on visiting as often as we can. Next time we want to stay in the tree house!
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