Spring Sanctuary Spruce-up

Home» category» Newsroom» News» Spring has officially sprung at the sanctuary! Tigers watch with great anticipation as pools are delivered. Santana Serval enjoys a gentle shower from a keeper’s hose. Two owlets peer from their nest, high up in a tree by our main building. Sweet scents of jasmine and honeysuckle waft in the breeze. And… ugh, fire ants are mounding along tour paths, vines are spiraling up enclosures and Rajah Tiger has such a jungle he can’t find his denbox. We welcome you to come out and pull weeds, but we could also use some equipment and supplies to get things cleaned up. Can you help? Wild Cat Cool Down The animals love basking in the sun, but they also need a good cool down. Here are some things that make that possible. These make great icepops. Bloodsicle, anyone? These hose valves make filling up tiger pools a snap. Grass whips enable us to ensure animal safety during marathon cat naps in the shade. Lowes Gift Cards are a great way to fill in the missing pieces for enrichment and daily care of the animals.  Out in the Sanctuary Between the high grass, fast-growing weeds and fire ants, the sanctuary can get unruly. Here are some items to tame the jungle. The best fire ant prevention? Orange oil and Dawn dish soap! Added to orange oil, this makes an all-natural, animal-friendly fire ant prevention Perfect for tight spaces Help us get a bit of height for clearing vines off enclosures The Dirt Dog’s box blade gives us the ability to spread gravel, grade and level land to make...
2019 Ball: The Mysteries of Morocco

2019 Ball: The Mysteries of Morocco

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Beau Cougar Gets a Physical

Washington cougar makes coast-to-coast trip to new home

We are so excited to welcome the first baby animal rescue in over a decade, and also the first rescue of 2019. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife put out the call for a home for the wild cat when residents in a Washington neighborhood reported the four-month-old orphaned cougar in their backyards. The wild-caught cougar has yet to be named.

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This Valentine’s Day, give your valentine something unique—your love for the tigers! Make a donation of $25 or more and Carolina Tiger Rescue will send a card to your loved one to announce your gift.