G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park
The Feline Conservation Federation facility accreditation committee has accredited G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park was founded in 1997 to provide lifelong homes for animals that are abused or whose owners can no longer care for them. The park is one of the country’s largest feline refuges and is open to the public seven days a week.
In addition to providing emergency homes for displaced felines, the park also has a managed breeding program and breeds a select group of felines for genetic preservation. The park has cooperative arrangements with other USDA licensed zoos and sanctuaries involved in big cat preservation.
The park creates expansive and secure environments for compatible groups of tigers and lions. The Park’s high-fenced habitats incorporate water features, manmade mounds for resting and elevated viewing, wooden platforms and towers, and various plantings and trees to create interest and diversity for the resident felines.
The accreditation committee reported that G.W. has made many great improvements in the past few years. The grounds are well-maintained and well-landscaped, and the cats have a high quality of life at the park.
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