T.I.G.E.R.S. – All proceeds go to The RSF and The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species

Hi and good Friday afternoon from TIGERS Preserve in South Carolina.  Dr. Bhagavan Antle has an attraction for you to visit in Myrtle Beach.  You can see up close and personal a variety of endangered Tiger Species as well as several other endangered wildlife species.  It is a one of a kind Animal Preserve in Myrtle Beach.

I read a story yesterday that really gave me a good feeling.  Many who lost their homes to Sandy don’t want to give up their pets, but they have nowhere to keep them.  In response, the ASPCA opened a 20,000 square-foot emergency boarding facility for hundreds of animals displaced by Superstorm Sandy.

The shelter is  located in Brooklyn and the service is offered to those who need a place to house their animals until they can get back on their feet.  It will also provide shelter for pets of those in evacuation centers.

This effort is greatly aided by a $500,000 grant from generous animal lover Rachael Ray, as well as the donations of our compassionate supporters.

One source said, “We will continue our disaster relief work to help animal victims in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and hope that the emergency boarding facility will allow pet parents to focus on rebuilding their lives,” says ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Senior Director Tim Rickey. “It will take time, but we will work as a community, and the ASPCA will continue to provide ongoing assistance, personnel and resources as long as we’re needed.”


All proceeds from the TIGERS tour and Preservation Station in Myrtle Beach go to The Rare Species Fund and The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species.

Come to see tigers and other amazing animals at one of the most exciting animal adventures ever.  

Visit www.myrtlebeachsafari.com for more information about the Rare Species Fund, the tour and Tigers Preserve.

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