HELP the WILD Cats at Shambala Preserve with Tippi Hedren
Posted Mar 08 2009 3:14pm
The Roar Foundation, founded in 1983 by Tippi Hedren actress from The Birds and Animal Activist, exists solely to support the Shambala Preserve. Shambala Preserve is the Wildcat foundation set up to help save wild cats that were abandoned after “being domesticated”.
The preserve needs 1 million dollars a year to run, please help support Shambala.org by spreading the word, donating or becoming a member today!
“Shambala is home to more than 70 big cats: lions, tigers, cougars, black and spotted leopards, servals, bobcats, Asian leopard cats, a jungle cat, a lynx, and one very magnificent liger. All have come to the Preserve after confiscation by authorities such as California Fish and Game, the United States Department of Agriculture, the ASCPA, and various Humane Societies. They are from roadside zoos and private citizens who realize that they have purcahsed an animal that they can no longer handle.”
For more information go to: http://healyourselftalk.com/help-the-wild-cats-shambala-preserve-with-tippi-hedr