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How to Adopt a TIger

The World Wildlife Fund will be running an online tiger adoption program from May 1 - June 30. Please click on this WWF Tigers banner to visit their site and learn about their exciting program.

World Wildlife Federation Adoption Program

The Hornocker Wildlife Institute has an "Adopt-A-Tiger" packet that includes pictures and information about the tigers that your money is helping. You can contact the Hornocker Wildlife Institute at the following address:

Hornocker Wildlife Institute
Director: Maurice Hornocker
University of Idaho
P.O. Box 3246
Moscow, ID 83845
Tel:1-888-844-3744
Fax: 208-885-2999
e-mail: hwi@uidaho.edu

These zoos and sanctuaries also offer adoption programs for their animals, including Tigers:

Honolulu Zoo
151 Kapahulu Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
808-926-3191

Sumatran Tigers Available for Adoption at Honolulu Zoo
Sumatran Tigers Available for Adoption at Honolulu Zoo

Miami Metrozoo
1 Zoo Boulevard
12400 SW 152 Street
Miami, FL 33177
(305) 251-0400
(305) 378-6381 fax

Minnesota Zoo
13000 Zoo Blvd.
Apple Valley, MN 55124
800) 336-7811

The National Zoo ADOPT a Species Program
3001 Connecticut Ave. NW 
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 673-4613
email adopt@fonz.org

Shambala Preserve & Roar Foundation
Adopting the animal of your choice --to be cared for, protected and loved by the staff and volunteers at Shambala, is truly a heartwarming experience.

Shambala Preserve & Roar Foundation
PO Box 189
Acton, CA 93510 USA
1.661.268.0380 . fax 1.661.268.8809

Save China's Tigers: Save China's Tigers is raising funds to support various projects aimed at the protection and preservation of the South China tiger in the wild. By sponsoring one of the Meihua Tigers - captive representatives of the South China tiger - Save China's Tigers offers you the opportunity of being an active participant in giving the South China tiger a future.

Gong Gong: One of the Meihua Tigers
Gong Gong: One of the Meihua Tigers sponsored by Save China's Tigers
Photo courtesy of Save China's Tigers

The Tiger Foundation The Tiger Foundation - dedicated to the protection of all indigenous wild animals and plants in their natural communities - offers free information on biodiversity and threatened and endangered animals. The Tiger Foundation offers a unique opportunity to adopt tigers in the wild. (Click here for more info on the Adopt-a-Wild-Tiger Program.)

The Tiger Foundation
Suite 709 - 700 West Pender St.
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1G8
Canada
email info@tigerfdn.com

WildLife on Easy Street
12802 Easy Street
Tampa, FL 33625
(813) 920-4130
fax 920-5924
email SaveTheCats@aol.com 

Tigers Available for Adoption at WildLife on Easy Street
Tigers available for adoption at WildLife on Easy Street

Zoological Society of San Diego Adopt-An-Animal Program
PO Box 120271
San Diego CA 92112-0271
(619) 231-1515

Help captive tigers

Join and support organizations working to breed a genetically healthy captive tiger population:

CRES
Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species
Zoological Society of San Diego
P.O. Box 551 San Diego, CA 92112-0551
Phone: (619) 685-3213

Tiger Missing Link Foundation, Saving Tigers One By One

Tiger Missing Link Foundation
17544 FM 14 
Tyler, Texas 75706
tiger1@tigerlink.org

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