National Tiger Sanctuary is a non-profit, rescue organization that provides a permanent home for exotic and domestic animals. Our diverse learning campus is dedicated to preservation of the environment and exemplary animal care. We provide unique educational programs and experiences to foster a love and appreciation for nature in the heart of every visitor.

Adopt a Cat

Help us care for the animals by adopting your favorite cat! Fees from adoptions go directly to animal care expenses, such as habitat construction, veterinary care, enrichment and much more!

Wish List

Check out the items we need most on our Amazon wish list! You can select anything from food to toys to supplies!

Send Donation

Every Donation counts! As a non-profit rescue organization, we receive no government funding and rely on donations and tour revenue to care for the animals.

Have you ever heard the story about the big cats we rescued from a local magician? Well, here's some insight about how the cats lived at the theater. This is Precious in her indoor cage. You'll notice that she couldn't go outside, roll in the grass, or lay in the sun.

One thing you can do to help make the world a better place for animals is never visit or support circuses or other performing acts that involve exotic animals. We believe that people want to do the right thing, but they often just don't know any better. We want to bring light to these important issues and help people support legitimate conservation efforts.

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People are always surprised how similar our big cats are to their house cats. Here's Sierra stretching just like my little domestics do at home!

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Contact Info

    • National Tiger Sanctuary
      518 State Highway BB
      Saddlebrooke, MO 65630
    • Phone: (417) 587-3633
    • Stripes@NationalTigerSanctuary.org