Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Dedicated to preserving Alaska's wildlife through conservation, education, and quality animal care.
Non-profit Guatamalan organization formed by citizens to improve the chances of survival and conservation of endangered species, including the jaguar.
"...ARCAS was originally created for a very specific and urgent purpose: to build a rescue center to care for and rehabilitate wild animals that were being confiscated on the black market by the Guatemalan government. Since its establishment, the ARCAS Rescue Center has grown into one of the largest and most complex rescue centers in the world, receiving between 300 and 600 animals of more than 40 species per year..." Big Cat Rescue
The largest accredited sanctuary in the world dedicated entirely to the rescue and housing of abused and abandoned cats.
"...We are home to over 100 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts...Our dual mission is to provide the best home we can for the cats in our care and educate the public about the plight of these majestic animals, both in captivity and in the wild, to end abuse and avoid extinction." Carolina Tiger Rescue
Nonprofit wildlife sanctuary whose mission is saving and protecting wildcats in captivity and in the wild.
Cat Survival Trust
A United Kingdom charitable organization, trust and sanctuary for wild cats.
Washington State zoological park promoting the preservation of endangered species in general, with a specific focus on the endangered & exotic cats.
An education and community-based program to raise awareness on the plight of the Southern African cheetah and to campaign for its survival.
In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center
As a non-profit organization we are dedicated to the rescue of neglected, abused and unwanted exotic felines.
It is our dream that one day there will be no need for rescue facilities, but until that day happens, we will continue to educate the public on the unique attributes and characteristics of our residents; the realities of irresponsible and/or illegal exotic wild animal ownership and captive breeding; and the need for stronger and enforceable legislation against those who abuse exotic wild animals. International Fund for Animals
The rescue of individual animals, protection of entire populations and preservation of precious habitat; securing habitats for tigers, stopping poachers and ending tiger trade.
"...With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW provides hands-on assistance to animals in need, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters..." Louisiana Bobcat Refuge
Dedicated to providing rehabilitation and refuge to smaller exotic felids with an emphasis on lynx rufus conservation and research.
A 501 c3, never open to the public and doesn't breed, trade or barter in animals. Our sole purpose is 24/7 pro bono on call assistance for bobcats and smaller felids in need through MVA's, nuisance trapped or injured bobcats, abandoned kittens, illegally owned pet seizures or abandoned bobcats, voluntary pet relinquishments and retired zoo display animals. Some are rehabilitated and successfully released back into the wild, some have forever homes with the peace of no longer being put on display for profit. We are a referral source for LDWF, animal control government offices and the public. LBC is proud to have a current board of two zoologists/DD's, a master's degree teacher with a background in television, a Phd who was with the USGS,, two veterinarians with more than 60 years exotic cat experience and a few more amazingly talented individuals who bring all their experience together pro bono to work for the benefit of the conservation of these cats. Panthera
Panthera focuses its conservation efforts on imperiled cats, including tigers, lions, jaguars snow leopards and several small wild cats; dwnloadable maps and data.
Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation
The mission of the Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation is to ensure the survival of small wild cats and their natural habitats worldwide.
The Roar Foundation | Shambala
The California-based Roar Foundation supports The Shambala Preserve and shares its mission to educate the public about exotic animals, advocate for legislation to protect them and provide a sanctuary for mistreated and neglected animals.
"...Once an animal is brought to Shambala, it remains here for the rest of its life. As a true sanctuary, we do not buy, breed, sell, trade, or subject our animals to commercial use. Our only purpose is to allow these magnificent animals to live out their lives with love and dignity. Each "Wild One" has the best human, nutritional, medical, emotional, and mental care possible..." The Wildcat Sanctuary
Provides a natural sanctuary to wild cats in need and inspires change to end the captive wildlife crisis.
A rescue facility and sanctuary for big cats.
Tiger Missing Link Foundation
Provides leadership, management, organizational, legal and financial support for tiger conservation and chosen related big cats rescue projects.
Wild Cat Haven
Oregon sanctuary providing a safe, natural lifetime home for captive-born wildcats in need.
Direct protection to forests and wildlife in the Southeast Asian tropical belt.
Wildlife Conservation Network
Supports independent, community-based conseration efforts worldwide with a focus on protecting endangered species and preserving their natural habitats.
Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand
To rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife, and to provide sanctuary, individualized care, and a voice for other animals in need.
"NGOs are saying this is in retaliation for speaking out against poaching and the possible cover ups being perpetrated by businessmen and politicians in connection with elephant camps. More than 103 animals, many endangered and receiving veterinary care, were originally ordered to be confiscated. So far only 13 have been removed, and the number has shrunk to 27 animals slated for confiscation, as of Feb 17. The raids came days after founder Edwin Wiek had spoken out in several media outlets about elephant and tiger poaching. Even a single animal taken from WFFT is too many. You can easily help. "