Carolina Tiger Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit wildlife sanctuary whose mission is saving and protecting wild cats in captivity and in the wild.
International Tiger Day 2018
Join Carolina Tiger Rescue as we Celebrate
International Tiger Day
July 29, 2018
International Tiger Day was first celebrated in 2010 in response to the shocking news that 97 percent of all wild tigers had disappeared in the last century, with only around 3,000 left alive in the wild.
Tigers are on the brink of extinction, and International Tiger Day aims to bring attention to this fact in order to halt their decline.
During the entire month of July, Carolina Tiger Rescue is celebrating International Tiger Day! From raising awareness with feature stories to our Second Annual Summer Pawction to our Rescue to Refuge Match Day where we will be raising money to complete the second run for our Quarantine Building!
Please, join us as we celebrate tigers everywhere!
Scroll down to learn more about some of the problems facing tigers and find some tips on what individuals can do to help.
International Tiger Day at Carolina Tiger Rescue
- Summer Pawction: Want to find some great deals and help the tigers at the same time? Join Carolina Tiger Rescue’sSummer Pawction (auction) for lots of fun auction items!
- 50/50 Raffle: Feeling Lucky? Support the tigers and try your luck! Purchase 1 raffle ticket for $5; 5 tickets for $20 or 15 tickets for $50. One lucky winner will go home with 50% of all ticket sales and 50% will support the tigers at Carolina Tiger Rescue!
- Paw to Make a Difference: Make a donation of $5 or more and a Paw with your name will be added to our gift shop wall! Your gift will help us provide the best habitats, health care, food, and enrichment for the animals!
What is Carolina Tiger doing to educate people about the plight of tigers in the wild — and captivity? Learn why education is an intergral part of mission!
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Week 4: Rescue
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