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We lucked up during our visit that there was a free community tour going on. The animals are beautiful! Well cared for and loved. We learned so much while on our tour and enjoyed watching feedings going on after the tour. They gave black bears,...More
What a find!! We stumbled upon this place while on back roads. Very clean facility. Animals very well taken care of. You will see them up close in their extra large fenced in areas. Highly recommend stopping in!
We visited this animal rescue park and were very much pleased with everything. A very friendly and informative lady greeted us and explained the basis for the park. It is well kept, very clean and the animals seem to be in excellent physical appearance. There...More
My family came across this wonderful place on accident! I’ve never been able to see so many wonderful animals so close up in one place! To hear these animals roar was the best ever! Definitely call ahead and pay for the guided tour! Our tour...More
I had heard of Tigers for Tomorrow a couple of years ago, and found it hard to believe this a facility like this existed in this part of Alabama- for several years! I went to the website and read all the rules ahead of time....More
NOTE: No cameras or video equipment allowed. They suggest leaving cellphones in vehicle or on silent but still no photos. That was disappointing as we would have liked to take photos of our child with the animals as back drops.
We drove about 1.5 hours...More
Absolutely one of the best animal rescue venues you will ever visit --- our tenth visit even though 2.5 hours from our home --- every trip is worth it --- the animals are treated with love and respect and it shows --- the animals are...More