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Fall/Winter Tour Hours: Every Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

Weekday tours by appointment only, contact us to check availability.

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CARE's Mission:

To provide for a safe, permanent and loving home to exotic animals in need. CARE focuses on excellence in physical and emotional care, advocating animal welfare through education, and conducting minimally-invasive research that will improve living conditions for captive animal populations world-wide.

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If you have a great photo that you took while visiting CARE, please send it to us and it might be chosen for our Photo of the Month!

Boomer

Picture courtesy of Erin Fore

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The bidding ends tomorrow in the CARE Animal Art Auction!

We have 9 amazing works from Bindi, Araali and Zuberi, the lemurs, and Tawney available at www.32auctions.com/CAREart1

We want the money raised to go towards a new John Deere gator for facility maintenance, cleaning, and feeding or for a 6 seater golf-cart (so that people with disabilities or difficulty walking can tour the compound). Help CARE and get a one-of-a-kind piece of art!!
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Akisa stepped outside and saw the weekend on the horizon and it was beautiful!!! Happy Friday CARE friends! #lemursofinstagram ... See MoreSee Less

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@In_Our_Town_Of_Halloween sent in this tribute to our llama duo for #fanartfriday. Thank you Cat for sharing your CARE! ... See MoreSee Less

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We often call Flash a ladies’ man. One reason for that is that many of the female CAREtakers here love his lovable, handsome, and playful nature. However, there is another reason for it that many of you may not know about. Years ago, Flash had an enclosure-mate named Lilly. She was stunningly beautiful. Unfortunately, she passed away suddenly about 9 years ago from congenital heart failure. It was very sad for everyone, especially those that witnessed the way Flash and Lilly were with each other. You have never seen such a loving pair. The two were inseparable, and took such good care of each other. He recovered from the loss better than expected and now gets the adoration from the female volunteers. But, we all miss seeing the love that these two had for each other. #tbt ... See MoreSee Less

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