Seven-month old male lion cub Rafiki was formerly a member of a traveling animal show. Due to space constraints and nutritional problems, the owners of the show needed to find a new home for Rafiki and a few of his non-cat animal friends. The owners left them with a facility here in Texas who was able to find safe, loving homes for each of the animals. We are THRILLED to have Rafiki at In-Sync and can’t wait to watch him grow up!
Welcome Three More Lions!
We were honored to be part of a large rescue operation headed by International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). There are multiple US sanctuaries now offering homes to animals that would otherwise be left homeless as a failed sanctuary near Buffalo, NY has closed its doors. The two adult lionesses (names not yet available) and one adult male lion (Athos) were transported by and cared for by ISE volunteers and staff during their 20+ hour journey home to Texas. We welcome our new lions from the north and look forward to showing them our “southern hospitality.”
Vet Clinic Donations Reach Goal Sunday, May 25
Thanks to a recent grant and the overwhelming generosity of our valued supporters, we have reached our goal! We now have the money to not only build our new vet clinic but also supply it with needed equipment and supplies.
Semi-Annual Bake Sale Fundraiser June 2:
Stop by Premier Place Building at 5910 North Central Expressway on Monday, June 2 (8am – 6pm or sell out) to pick up delicious homemade goodies and crafts. Packaged for end-of-school-year gift giving. Gluten free and vegan options. All proceeds are matched by Venable Royalty and 100% of the money raised and matched will go directly to the care of our cats!
In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center is dedicated to the rescue and care of abused, neglected, or unwanted exotic cats. There are now 66 exotic cats calling In-Sync home. This includes two exceptionally rare white lions, a golden tabby tiger, one white tiger, a Brazilian ocelot and two cheetahs.
For more information about the sanctuary, visit insyncexotics.org.
Submitted by Lisa Williams, Media Director, In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Educational Center.
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