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August E-News 2015

Aug 5, 2015

August 2015 ENEWS for the Exotic Feline Rescue Center

Please join us on Aug 15 for the second Evening Roar of the summer. After an after-hours extended tour, you will be treated to delicious hors d’oeuvres, desserts and beverages. Attendees have to be 21 years old and reservations are required. The cost is $50.00 per person. Please click on the link below for more information.

We are proud to announce an exciting new event. On November 14, our first Paws and Claws Masquerade Ball will take place in Bloomington IN at the Indiana University Auditorium. Stay tuned for further details on our website, our FACEBOOK page and our monthly ENEWS.

People often ask questions about feeding our cats. Tour guides explain that we feed mostly cow and horse, along with deer, chickens, turkeys and rabbits. A skilled butcher can butcher a cow or horse in about fifteen minutes. The process begins by hanging the animal by its front leg. The head is removed first. The butcher then removes the three legs and concludes by making a cut down the chest and stomach. Although there are exceptions, the organs and the intestines are not typically fed out. These parts will go to the compost pile. After a few more cuts, the meat is then sent out to our BIG CATS for their enjoyment.

Did you know lions snore? Did you know it is imperative that one be able to distinguish a snore from a growl when rescuing a lion? A snore occurs with a breath so the rescue crew has to determine if the sound comes on a breath or intermittently. The importance of this distinction could be life-saving. If the lion is snoring, he is asleep. If he is growling, he is awake. No one wants to rescue a lion that is awake.

Camp Roar 2015 was a roaring success this summer. Marie, Cadance, Emily, Samantha, Cloe, Breanna, Paige, Piper, Faith, Alex, Simon, Dom, Kody, Silas, Chelsea, Brooklyn, Nick, Maddy, Madeline, Landen and Moana enjoyed a fun-filled day of BIG CAT activities. They especially liked creating an enrichment activity for the tigers. This included using multiple cardboard boxes and lots of tape to create an animal that was then destroyed by our two-year –old tiger cubs. Please click on the links below to view photos from CAMP ROAR.
Also, stay tuned for exciting news regarding Camp Roar 2016.

Become a rescue crew member for the day. Have your child participate in a simulated rescue of tigers, lions and leopards presented by the EFRC. Children will also receive a free tour pass for the EFRC. No real animals will be used for this activity. This two-hour class will take place through Carmel Parks and Recreation in Carmel, IN. For more information, please click on the link below.

Please include name and address of honoree in special instructions so we know who to contact about your thoughtfulness.

Thank you for your continued support!

2221 E. Ashboro Road, Center Point, IN 47840
(812) 835-1130.
Open  10-5   Daily 
$10/adults   $5/children 12 & under
Guests are NOT permitted to touch, pet or interact with EFRC cats