Caroline arrived with Christopher but since they never had been housed together, they are in separate enclosures

SAFE HAVEN RESCUE ZOO

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Safe Haven is an accredited wildlife sanctuary providing lifelong care to rescued exotics and native Nevada wildlife

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Choi Hu was a privately owned "pet" but lost her home when her divorcing owners could no longer care for her

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Christopher was placed with Safe Haven when his owner became too elderly to care for him

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Carli along with enclosure mate Lilly were seized from a NY state facility when their owner stopped feeding them

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Caroline arrived with Christopher but since they never had been housed together, they are in separate enclosures

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Desert Tortoise Moe was found wandering in a nearby neighborhood.

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Juno is a red fox, bred to have white coloring. He was privately owned with around 100 other animals that were neglected

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Juno's enclosuremate Cheyenne, Safe Haven's other red fox is a true beauty!

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Winter enrichment for bobcats Petey and Mandy

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Gage was placed with enclosure mate Sybre after their Ohio facility was closed

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African serval Jasper was found roaming the streets in Hollywood, with a puncture wound

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African lion Ifaw lost his home with the Texas facility he was housed at closed

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Carli was rescued along with longtime friend Lilly

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Simba is one of five African Servals surrendered from a private owner in Colorado.

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Bobcat Bobzee was privately owned, but her owners placed her with Safe Haven when she became too difficult to handle

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Bobcat Phoenix was placed with Safe Haven after escaping an apartment in the midwest

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Mandy, Petey and Gidget where orphaned in Arizona but too habituated for release

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Cougar Cooper was orphaned when his mother was shot and placed with Safe Haven when he was 9 weeks old

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Canadian Lynx Kiki was a privately owned pet in Iowa whose owners could no longer care for her

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Safe Haven's oldest cougar, Savannah, was rescued from a road-side zoo in NH.

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Orphaned coyote Annabelle was placed with Safe Haven as a baby...

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Bobcat Steel escaped from his Las Vegas apartment and was placed with Safe Haven

Your donation will help build Tiger Caroline a new spacious enclosure!

Safe Haven Rescue Zoo is an accredited wildlife sanctuary, providing interim care to orphaned and injured native Nevada wildlife eligible for reintroduction.

For those animals that could not survive in the wild, or not deemed releasable, are provided lifelong care at our sanctuary.

Safe Haven is committed to lifelong quality care. Every effort is made to ensure that each resident is ensured a nutrious diet, spacious enclosures, an active enrichment program, specialized veterinary services and staff support for happy and healthy lives at our sanctuary.

Accredited by ASA, the American Sanctuary Association and verified by GFAS, the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries, Safe Haven adheres to protocols and standards that ensures our committment to their care.

We do not buy, breed, sell or trade animals, nor are our residents for hire or used for commercial purposes.

Our priority is to provide "forever homes" to surrendered, abandoned and confiscated exotics.

Safe Haven agreed to accept tiger Caroline and provide her lifelong care. However, the only available housing was a smaller interim enclosure. Our goal is always to offer sanctuary but with the goal of moving forward to construct a new spacious habitat. Your donation will help fund the materials to construct her new home. Staff and volunteers provide the labor, further reducing expenses.

Any donations are very much appreciated, but for donations $500 or more, Tigers in America will match by 50%.

Donations for $500 and up, should be made directly to Tigers in America, a non profit tiger rescue organization. Tigers in America will then donate both the contribution plus the 50% match to Safe Haven toward Caroline's new home. For more information on Tigers in America, visit their website: www.tigersinamerica.org.

Safe Haven Rescue Zoo is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which is run by a very small staff and many dedicated volunteers. We are funded solely through private donations, fundraising and grants.


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SAFE HAVEN RESCUE ZOO
PO BOX 184
IMLAY, NV 89418

Phone
775-538-7093

Web
http://www.safehavenwildlife.com

Email
safehavenwildlife1@gmail.com

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Your donation will help build Tiger Caroline a new spacious enclosure!

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