First Group Of Rescued Tigers Arrives At New Home

The first group of eight rescued tigers, after more than a year of care from The Fund for Animals, are settling into their new ten-acre home at PAWS in northern California. "All tigers should be able to live in the wild, but for these cats we've provided a taste of the jungle," said Michael Markarian, President of The Fund for Animals. After living their entire lives in cramped cages, the tigers now have the opportunity to roll in grass, sleep in the sun, swim and play. In all, 39 tigers will make the trip to the new $250,000 habitat paid for by The Fund for Animals. Staff and volunteers loaded the first group of eight tigers into individual transport cages, and two veterinarians accompanied the cats on their journey.

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