Our Rescues

For those who don’t know, tigers and lions that have spend their life in captive situations are not able to survive in the wild. Although there have been numerous attempts, they all show the same: The animals have lost their hunting skills and have developed a dependency on humans. Experience shows that some animals also have become scared to roam in a greater area than what it ought to live in.

Due to the lack of proper food and proper conditions we also see more physical and psychological problems. Especially if you compare it with the ones that live in the wild. At certain times they need proper medical care to help them live a good life.

That’s why these tigers and lions still are in confined areas. There they can get nutritious and sufficient food and proper medical care.

Completed rescues

In this section you’ll  find a selection of our completed rescues.

This is what is all about for the Wildlife Advocates Foundation. Bringing wildlife back to where it belongs. We focus on tigers and lions that have spent their whole life in small cages, poorly fed, and harassed by visitors, trainers and other bullies.

We bring them back to a place where they can express their true nature again, where they can roam and roar.

Current rescues

At the moment the foundation is working on two rescue missions: 

Tiger from the train
Four Tigers on a Train
The Pumas Project
The Pumas Project

With your help we can rescue more wildlife from mostly horrible conditions and give them a new future, in a place where they are cared for and where they can live a life which can described as the closest to the life as possible.