Rescued Tigers Have A Blast Playing In Their New Pool

May 2, 2015 By Christi Mulligan
Last May, a Buffalo, New York, animal facility was shut down for the inadequate care given to the animals living there, which included 11 tigers, three lions, three black bears and two wolves. The International Fund for Animal Welfare led the rescue and received support from both local authorities and sanctuaries across the nation. Carly and Lily were two of those rescued tigers, and they are now living at the Safe Haven Rescue Zoo in Nevada. IFAW's Kelly Donithan, who was there for the rescue, was on site recently to see the tigers swim for the first time in their lives.

IFAW was founded in 1969 to save individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world. Their YouTube channel is dedicated to the 40 or more projects that are in place at any one time for subscribers, donors and viewers to see the good works that the group is doing on behalf of animals.
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