The initiative enabled Chase to award about $3 million to 100 local charities across the country as voted on by Facebook users.
“Thanks to the continued support of In-Sync’s friends, families, and fans, we finished in the top 100 and won a share of the donation!” said Vicky Keahey, In-Sync owner. “This money will help us continue to provide nutritious food and proper vet care for our cats throughout the upcoming winter. It will also help us build a new enclosure for Sam and Kodi, our cheetahs.”
In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center, is a 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to the rescue and care of abused, neglected, or unwanted exotic cats. There are now 59 exotic cats and one coatimundi calling In-Sync home. This includes two cheetahs, three exceptionally rare white lions, three white tigers and a tiger cub. In-Sync is located at 3430 Skyview Drive in Wylie.
For more information about the sanctuary, visit insyncexotics.com.
Submitted by Lisa Williams, In-Sync Exotics.
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