The Big Cat Sanctuary will be holding its annual Open Day event in July to support their welfare, breeding, conservation and education programmes.
Set in the heart if the Kent countryside, The Big Cat Sanctuary is home to many speciess of cat including lions, tigers, jaguars, cheetahs and snow leopards and is usually closed to the public throughout the year.
The site provides a sanctuary and excellent conditions for the successful breeding of endangered cats, both large and small, as part of the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme.
To raise much needed funds the charity relies on donations, adoptions and specialised experiences, including Ranger for the Day, Big Cat Encounters, Photographic Workshops, Overnight Big Cat Safari Experience and Big Cat Adoptions.
The popular Big Cat Sanctuary Open Days will take place from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 July. On each of the four days visitors will be able to see magnificent big cats up close and also enjoy keeper talks, falconry displays and other family friendly entertainment.
For more information and to book tickets go to www.thebigcatsanctuary.org / 01233 771915