Tigers Sasha and Kumal were born in a miserable circus cage in Guatemala – no space, no comfort, no fun. They were rescued by ADI and Sasha and Kumal began to play. A happy ending and a reminder that whenever an animal like a tiger or lion is caged and confined, there’s a wild animal just bursting to get out and come alive again.
Donations for animal care have dropped because of the COVID-19 pandemic. WE NEED HELP NOW!
43 lions and tigers at the ADI Wildlife Sanctuary, South Africa, were rescued from circuses in Peru, Colombia, and Guatemala – NOW THEY NEED US AGAIN!
On #GivingTuesdayNow – GLOBAL DAY OF GIVING on May 5 – we need to raise $12,500 / £10,000 for 1 month of food, medicines, and vitamin supplements for our ex-circus lions and tigers.Continue reading
Following a loss of appetite, we took Sombra – mother of our youngest tigers Max and Stripes – to the veterinary hospital where she was scanned, tested, and received treatment for low potassium levels, including intravenous feeding. It is likely Sombra will need supplements to help with this condition for the rest of her life. She is already on treatment to prevent her seizures (like her sisters Bimbi and Lupe), and she also has kidney problems.Continue reading
21 LIONS & TIGERS IN GUATEMALA TAKE A STEP CLOSER TO A NEW LIFE. A new Temporary Rescue Center (TRC), better climate and closer to the airport, is up and running. The tigers and lions rescued from circuses by ADI, are safe. We have armed security. This is our launch pad for the final phase of the rescue, which will see 6 lions and 12 tigers heading to the ADI Wildlife Sanctuary in South Africa, and 3 tigers to Big Cat Rescue in Florida.Continue reading