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The Wild Animal Sanctuary currently operates two facilities within Colorado totaling more than  Ten Thousand Acres!  We rescue animals from horrific captive situations and rehabilitate them so they can live and roam freely within large natural habitats with others of their own kind.

We currently care for more than 520 Lions, Tigers, Bears, Wolves and other rescued animals!  Follow the links below for more information pertaining to our Sanctuary, or about visiting and discovering the many ways you can help !

The Sanctuary

789-acres of natural habitats...

1.5 miles of elevated walkways...

The Refuge

9,684-acres of natural habitats...

Currently, there are more than 25,000 Lions, Tigers, Bears, Wolves and other large carnivores living outside of our zoo system in America. 

 

These animals can be found in people's back yards, basements, apartments, garages and other terribly unnatural places. 

 

There are no places for them to go other than a Sanctuary like ours where they can be given a new life free from exploitation and abuse.

The Sanctuary travels across America and into foreign countries around the world to rescue animals that are suffering.

Each rescued animal is rehabilitated and released into large natural habitats with others of their own kind.

Their remarkable recoveries lead to a life filled with friendship, love, freedom and joy!

Please Join Us and Change More Lives Today!

VISIT THE
SANCTUARY

The Sanctuary is located just outside of Denver, CO and is open 7 days a week for visitors to come see and learn about the animals we have rescued.

VISIT THE
REFUGE

The Refuge is located in Southeast Colorado near the town of Springfield.  The Refuge is not open to the general public - but Founders are able to visit the Refuge on special occasions.

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