Animal Update FeaturingTitan and Kimberly Titan, a former circus tiger has called IEAS home since 2011. The 13 year old spent time with a traveling circus until he stopped listening to his trainer. As the circus passed through town, we received a call that they no longer wanted him. The circus was leaving later that same day, so we had to very quickly retrieve… Read more »
Kid’s Camp 2019 is here! Ages 7-17 may apply to learn about the exotic animal species IEAS has and what it takes to care for them on a daily basis. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! Email Us to Sign Up Article Author: International Exotic Animal Sanctuary
Please. Look at this sweet young bear. That face! Please help the IEAS welcome their newest resident, a young grizzly bear. Through no fault of his own, this poor guy was in need of a permanent home or else he faced euthanasia. We couldn’t allow that to happen. After many phone calls and a trip that exceeded 24 hours, he is now at his forever home. Now that he has been saved from such a terrible fate, help us with renovating a place for him to stay permanently. What a lucky young bear.