Safari Joe and crew would like to thank everyone for another successful Howl-GO-Green fundraising event.
Even though our attendance was down, enthusiasm and cheer were at a all time high. We were able to raise enough funds to provide the animals at the sanctuary with a few very well need nutritional items. Every donation, no matter what size, makes a difference. We would like to thank our event partners, Tyler Media of Tulsa for their hard work. We would also like to thank all the volunteers from IBC Bank and our team for their donation of time. Be sure to follow Safari Joe's Exotic WILD LIFE Ranch on our social media for upcoming events and sanctuary updates. Thank you Oklahoma for another successful event!
I would like to personally thank all the volunteers and those who made donations to the sanctuary on Giving Tuesday. Our donation intake increased from previous years. We believe firmly that the increase is due to those who have joined us through social media. The power of social media can be a wonderful thing if used correctly. Please continue to follow us through social media. Help use share our mission and increase the awareness of the sanctuary and the animals. Thank you for your kindness, loyalty, and for giving!
Happy Holiday from everyone at Safari Joe's Exotic Wildlife Ranch.
Parrots and other exotic birds are the fourth-largest group of animals kept as pets, and they comprise the largest population of captive wildlife in the U.S. With these statistics, it’s not surprising that birds have become one of the fastest-growing groups of unwanted pets. . Unfortunately, few animal shelters have facilities to house parrots, and many shelters have to turn away unwanted birds. As a result, many parrots are euthanized becau...se there is nowhere to place them.
Five Reason Exotic Birds Are Given Up:
1) Birds are purchased on a whim
2) Birdsowners are uneducated about normal bird behavior
3) Bird owners don’t recognize birds’ puberty and sexual frustration
4) Bird owners are willing to purchase bird...
Fundraiser August 30, 2018, from 7-11pm
Join us at Safari Joe’s H20 to help raise money for Rukus (our new baby Tiger) and his friends. Safari Joe’s sanctuary is home to several of the largest wild cats on the planet. Make a day of it and enjoy the park while making difference in the lives of these big cats. Thomas Martinez will be taking the stage at 8pm. Also, while you’re there, don’t forget to say hello to Safari Joe and ask him how to get involved.
Rukus is a 3 month old baby tiger that came to Safari Joe’s as a newborn cub from another cooperating sanctuary where the mother could no longer care for him.
Because of the constant care and love shared with Rukus that is provided by Joe and his volunteers, Rukus is flourishing into a wonderful tiger toddler. He loves belly rubs and playtime. However, as Rukus continues to grow, his needs will grow with him. Currently, Rukus is bottle fed and this requires a special formula for felines that provides him with the vitamins and nutrients he needs to grow strong and healthy. His formula is $30 for a small can that will only last a day and half. As he grows, he will be introduced to meat and this will only up the ante as we continue to ask our s...