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.

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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!

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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.

Everyone around the sanctuary is getting ready for summer and melon season! The big cats aren't the only ones to like watermelon! Lenny and Zoe got to enjoy some melon enrichment already this spring. And Jinx especially loves his sweet treat. This beautiful white guy is starting his summer transition. He will be losing his white coat and will be turning brown with a much thinner coat to help him stay cool in the warmer weather.
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#GuessWho Did you guess Obsession for Midnight's scent enrichment? She's not the only one that gets a kick out of the masculine aroma. Leo also loves his boxes that have been misted by Calvin Klein. If you happen to wear it on a tour, the cats might spend a little more time investigating the group, so nothing to be worried about.
#NationalTigerSanctuary #Obsession #BransonMO #Enrichment #CalvinKlein
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    • National Tiger Sanctuary
      518 State Highway BB
      Saddlebrooke, MO 65630
    • Phone: (417) 587-3633
    • Stripes@NationalTigerSanctuary.org