BENEFITING: Conservators' Center
The Conservators’ Center rescued Bella Tiger and 14 other big cats from a negligent breeding facility that was eventually closed for more than 900 violations of the animal welfare act, including poor safety procedures, unsanitary conditions, insufficient food supply, and inadequate veterinary care. Since then, the Conservators’ Center has been dedicated to providing these rescued residents with the highest possible quality of care.
Bella has lived at the Center for almost a decade now, and she is one of the sweetest big cats in our care. She can often be found snoozing on her elevated hammock, lounging in the sun on her platform, or greeting visitors right at the fence. She has never met a stranger, and loves showing off for her best human friends.
This beautiful tiger girl is in her golden years. Though she has aged gracefully and with good health, we are beginning to notice that it’s becoming more difficult for her to climb up into her beloved hammock. We are asking $150* to build an extra step for Bella, to make getting up into her favorite napping spot easier on her.
Please give what you can to this special cause. We encourage you to come visit us, meet Bella and her friends, and awaken your wild side!
The Conservators’ Center in Burlington, North Carolina is home to nearly 100 exotic animals representing 19 species – including more than 30 lions and tigers. This haven for wild animals in need of a home has a 3-part mission: education, conservation, and rescue.
*The estimated cost of this project includes materials and labor. Any funds raised above the amount shown will go directly to our Animal Care Fund.