I was surprised to come upon this place with my daughter when we were going to Dayton. We thought it might be like a rescue sanctuary. But when we went there, we saw the animals in really bad conditions! There was a young bear cub that was in a cage barely the size for him to turn around. It was filthy and smelled. The bear was pacing and rocking his head back and forth. The big cats and other animals were all in cages with green water and no interest for them. There was a pit with two bears stuck down below in. It was dirty and it looks like this place is breeding the animals for money. We love sanctuarys and support them. They are NOT supposed to be breeding at any sanctuary....this place is as bad as that guy that let all his animals go. This place is not saving animals- only making a profit off them by breeding them to sell. We will never go back here...not a happy place for animals!