"IN THE END WE WILL CONSERVE ONLY WHAT WE LOVE. WE WILL LOVE ONLY WHAT WE UNDERSTAND. WE WILL UNDERSTAND ONLY WHAT WE ARE TAUGHT."
- Baba Dioum

The Garold Wayne Exotic Animal Foundation received 11 Lions and tigers from a sanctuary in Texas. They could no longer afford to continue care for the animals. One tiger came in with its eye so badly damaged from the abuse it received at the sanctuary that our vet staff had to remove the left eye and most of it (orbital bone) had been crushed.

The Garold Wayne Interactive Zoological Park and its staff are fighting hard to change the laws that all sanctuaries must be licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture so they are required to be inspected. Please help us end the abuse on exotic animals and fund their veterinary care by donating today.

There is no government agency that accredits sanctuaries and inspects them. If you see anyone advertise they are accredited that means nothing other than they have joined a private group and are in the buddy-buddy system, such as Big Cat Rescue that has killed over 124 big cats since 1999, 15 died this year alone.

 

The Garold Wayne Exotic Animal Foundation received a call from the Bean Pot Restaurant in Sulphur, Oklahoma to remove a Black Bear that had been caged for eight years. Upon our arrival we found behind the restaurant a cage that was so deep in trash and debris that the entire cage had sunken into the ground over 2 feet.

The park staff had called the Fire Department to come with the jaws of life and cut the cage open so the bear could be removed. Once the bear was removed, an exam discovered that one front leg was missing from the knee down and the teeth were all broken off and had nerves exposed. Again, please help us stop the abuse of exotic animals and continue the care of rescued ones by donating today.

 

The owner of the facility lost his USDA license after investigations showed false videos and accusations of substandard living conditions. As you know, our park is at capacity as far as cages, so in order to REHOME the chimps to the park, we would need to build an entirely new chimp compound on the property. Estimates to build the facility range from $200,000 to $250,000.

As you can see, these precious animals need a new home and would love to come to our park. But the owner will not allow the chimps to go anywhere other than Garold Wayne park.

We NEED everyone to help us help them! If you know of a company or individual that would like to become an individual or corporate sponsor, please contact the park at 405-665-5197.

 
 
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