Lions Tigers & Bears reopens the exotic animal sanctuary to visitors

A non-profit located in Alpine, Lions Tigers & Bears closed to visitors in early March due to Covid-19. The exotic animal sanctuary solely relies on guests and donations to continue their mission of saving the lives of animals. Lions Tigers & Bears was founded in 2003 by Bobbi Brink. Brink stated, “I started this non-profit because there’s continuous abuse of animals across our country. We are a true sanctuary and provide them rehabilitation from the abuse and a forever home. We are their voice.”

Lions Tigers & Bears has 65 rescued exotic animals of ten different species. The sanctuary re-opened to the public under new guidelines just two weeks ago. You must make an appointment to visit and follow all the safety protocols. The staff at Lions Tigers & Bears is going above and beyond to keep everyone safe during the pandemic.

To book your visit or make a donation you can visit:

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