Sadly, there are so many abused and neglected tigers that need our help. That’s why our wildlife refuge and big cat preserve in Smith County was founded—to rescue tigers, big cats, and other endangered species that can’t help themselves. Though we opened our doors in 1995 specifically to help save tigers, we welcome any big cat, no matter where it is from, that has been abused, mistreated, neglected, or otherwise needs help.
Our tiger rescue receives no government funding of any kind. Our only source of funds is the voluntary financial support we receive from generous folks like you. And BECAUSE of that support, we have been able to save tigers like the ones you see on this page and so many more! Without that support, these endangered animals would surely be dead.
Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary does the grunt work caring for their day-to-day needs, but it’s YOU who truly saves them. Thank you for helping our big cat preserve and our cause to save the big cats!