Special Tours given this weekend for a final push to raise funds to get water to the Preserve.!
Contact: Susan Steffens – Executive Director (256) 524-4150 or 364-0143
Environmental Education tours discounted as part of fundraiser for Labor Day Weekend!
This weekend, August 30, 31 and September 1st,Tigers for Tomorrow will provide visitors with a great educational experience for the cost of general admission. The preserve will host tours at 10 am and 1 pm on Friday and Saturday and Sunday. These tours are normally $25.00 a person. Sorry we are closed Monday.
During the tours visitors will learn why the preserve exists, as well as why the animals live at the preserve. Visitors will also learn about the four basic instincts that big cats and all animals have, even the human ones. Photos will be allowed on the tours with the supervision of a tour guide. No reservation is necessary, visitors are also welcome to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the use of the pavilion.
Tigers For Tomorrow will be holding these special tours as part of an effort to raise funds to be able to bring city water up to the new hoof stock rescue area and to the main preserve. Up to this time we have been running the entire preserve off one well. The preserve has got to big to continue to rely on the well and city water has become necessary to ensure the well being of all the animals. The preserve needs to raise an additional $3500.00 to start the project.
About Tigers for Tomorrow: We are a 501-c-3 non-profit exotic and native animal rescue, home to over 150 animals. Each animal here was in need of a permanent home.. The animals that live at the preserve will stay with Tigers For Tomorrow for the rest of their lives. Our primary goal is to meet each animal’s physical needs: food, habitat, cleanliness, and veterinary care as well as their emotional needs with toys, interaction, communicating and spending quality time with them. Their overall well-being is most important.
Tigers for Tomorrow relies upon donations, grants and admissions.
Fall Hours: Open to the public until November 1st Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-1pm and Friday, Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the park closing at 5 p.m. No reservations are needed. Please call for reservations if visiting throughout the week keeping in mind that the park is closed to the general public on Mondays and Tuesdays. Admission: $12 for adults and $6 for children ages 3 to 11. Private tours are available by appointment Wednesday thru Sunday, $25 per person. For directions or additional information please visit: www.tigersfortomorrow.org.