February 2019 we suffered the devastating effects of a major snowstorm that dumped more than 30 inches of snow in our area. Many of our large wild cat enclosures were a total loss while many others suffered severe damage. NONE of the cats were harmed or escaped but their enclosures need significant repair and replacement. The cats are safely contained in their secure lockouts and will not be released into their enclosed yards until each one is safe for them and us. Volunteers have been working day and night helping to care for the cats and repair the damage. The sanctuary will be unable to provide tours for our guests until all repairs are made to ensure the utmost safety for our guests and our feline residents. This will be a significant loss to our operating budget as we rely solely on private donations and volunteers to provide care for the 57 resident cats. More information about Wild Felid Advocacy Center of Washington: The Wild Felid Advocacy Center of Washington has a three fold Mission of providing sanctuary, education and conservation support for wild cats worldwide. The Center houses 57 wild cats of 13 species and hybrids thereof. We are completely run by volunteers with no paid staff. Your donation will help us rebuild and continue to provide excellent care to our feline residents.
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