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    Loved it!!!! Will definitely be going back.

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    I went a years or so ago with my school and absolutely loved it! Highly recommend checking this place out, you won’t regret it:)

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    For the folks that rated negatively perhaps you could find it in your heart to bring forth a sizeable donation for a larger “cage” as you call it?These folks take in critters that otherwise would be mutilated,abused or destroyed and you stake a claim that a 40×40 “cage” isnt large enough?(or larger)Pleeze!As for me and my family,we had a great time!God bless you and keep on keeping on!

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    Hey Uncle Willy (:

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    Tigers for Tomorrow is a special place. As a couple folks have commented before, the animals are in smaller enclosures than a habitat. However, they are not “cages” either and Tigers for Tomorrow is a happy place. It is not a zoo – it is a last stop sanctuary for animals who need a positive option (many would otherwise be destroyed). They receive constant enrichment (toys/obstacles, changes to their enclosures, time outside the enclosures and attention from their keepers). Their enclosures are kept impeccably clean and all the animals are on specialized, meticulously maintained diets. All of the animals come from some sort of human ownership/captivity and many have never known a happier place than Tigers for Tomorrow. If you plan to visit, please understand the difference between a zoo and a sanctuary. And ask questions if you don’t understand what you’re seeing! Lots of great employees and volunteers are happy to answer thoughtful questions.