Wild Animal Sanctuary

The Wild Animal Sanctuary is all about saving animals who are victims of America’s “Captive Wildlife Crisis!”  They travel across the United States, Canada, Mexico, 2014_JF_TWAS_080914_027Central & South America and the rest of the world rescuing captive exotic and endangered large carnivores who have been abused, abandoned, exploited or illegally kept. Their goal for the animals we rescue is to give them a life of dignity and respect, and make their life like it would be if they could choose. 

Established by Executive Director Pat Craig in 1980, The Wild Animal Sanctuary is a state and federally licensed zoological facility and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Wild Animal Sanctuary is located on rural, rolling grasslands, comprising 720 acres and sheltering more than 350+ large carnivores include tigers, African lions, black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, leopards, wolves, servals, bobcats, foxes, lynx, coyote, coati mundi, raccoon, porcupine, ostrich, emu, camel, alpaca, horses and rescued dogs and cats.

Throughout the summer the Wild Animal Sanctuary has many events and fundraisers, click here for information.

The Wild Animal Sanctuary is located at 1946 County Road 53, Keenesburg, Colorado 80643

For more information click here to visit the official Wild Animal Sanctuary website, or call 303-536-0118.