Dr. Lamar Hunter has just joined the Carolina Tiger Rescue team as a wildlife veterinarian. After he graduated from NC State’s vet school, Dr. Hunter studied under Dr. Angela Lassiter at Carolina Tiger Rescue. He helps with physicals, medical procedures, and loves seeing the animals improve under the care of the awesome vets at the rescue. Dr. Hunter enjoys working with all the animals at Carolina Tiger Rescue, but his favorite is the lions.

Dr. Lamar Hunter Blog Post 3/1/2022

This year, the end of February and beginning of March have brought a BIG change for the animals and staff at Carolina Tiger Rescue. After almost 20 years, our fearless leader Pam Fulk has worked her last day as our executive director and is off to enjoy some well-deserved time off. Pam’s vast knowledge of how to run nonprofits has been highlighted in the growth of Carolina Tiger Rescue under her great leadership. Not only did she make us the financial success that we are today, but, more importantly, she created an amazing work culture that will continue to thrive for years to come. Because of her work, Carolina Tiger is set to have an incredibly bright future as we move into our next chapter.

Queen Serval
Queen Serval

As Pam’s time has come to an end, we have welcomed in our new executive director, Kris Marino. Pam and Kris have spent the last several months working together to make the executive director transition as seamless as possible. We will always be grateful for the amazing work Pam has done for Carolina Tiger Rescue and we truly hope she enjoys her retirement. We are looking forward to the future at Carolina Tiger Rescue and are excited to continue growing as an organization under the new leadership of Kris.

Wishing you all the best Pam!

Welcome to the Carolina Tiger Family Kris!