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June E-News 2015
June E-News 2015
Jun 1, 2015
JUNE 2015 ENEWS
Please join us on June 13 and August 15 for Evening Roar. During this event, you will meet cats not on the public tour. Delicious hors d’oeuvres, desserts and beverages will be served. The cost is $50.00 per adult and reservations are required. You must be 21-years-old to attend this event. Please click on the link below for more information.
Camp Roar 2015 is now open for registration. 8-11 year old children are invited to experience a camp like no other in Indiana. Campers will enjoy learning about our lions, tigers, leopards, pumas, servals and bobcats while taking part in educational activities that will include BIG CAT and endangered species facts, rescue stories of our resident felines, and the day-to-day running of the rescue center. Please click on the link below for more information.
A question most asked during the summer is about our horsefly traps. Visitors encounter several horsefly traps during their tour and always question their use and the purpose of the big black ball. The horseflies are drawn to the big black ball as it heats up. The horseflies then fly upward and are trapped in a jar. The center needs to control the horsefly population because their bites are severe enough to cause the cats to bleed. There is always a need for horsefly traps at the center. Please click on the link below for more information.
PETER EMILY FOUNDATION VISIT
We want to thank the Peter Emily Foundation for their two-day visit on May 16 and 17. During the two days four tigers, two leopards and one serval received much needed dental care. They performed 17 root canal therapies and 10 other procedures which included periodontal surgery. Without their assistance, seven cats would still be suffering. Please click on the link below to visit their website.
1. Leopards weigh up to 200 pounds.
2. Leopards are the best tree climbers.
3. Leopards are the most adaptable of all the big cats.
4. Leopards can be found living in more places in the world than any other cat.
5. Leopards are poached for their furs.
6. There are nine leopard subspecies.
7. 13 leopards live at the EFRC.
8. George and Rodney (yellow leopards) and Blackie (black leopard) are on the public tour.
Thank you for your continued support!
2221 E. Ashboro Road, Center Point, IN 47840
$10/adults $5/children 12 & under
Guests are NOT permitted to touch, pet or
interact with EFRC cats