The Exotic Feline Breeding Compound, or the Cat House as the cats like to call it, is a fun place to visit for any van or RV nomad looking to learn about exotic cats. They have a variety of cats on display to include leopards, tigers, lynx, bobcats, and many other types of cats. It’s an amazing place to learn about these magnificent animals.
If you have ever wanted to see some exotics cats then a visit here is worth your time. The Cat House is part of a worldwide network of zoos and facilities dedicated to the preservation of endangered cats.
The Exotic Feline Conservation Center was founded by Joseph Maynard in 1977 and opened to the public as a nonprofit in 1983. It is home to over 60 of the world’s most endangered felines, spanning over 16 different species.
The Center is a conservation, education, and research facility. Funds received are used for the care and support of the compound’s animals and long-term goals, which include a natural history museum and public education programs.
References and Other Adventures
- Hours: 10 am to 4 pm; Closed Wednesdays and Sundays
- Cost: Adults $10; Children $5
- Website: Exotic Feline Conservation Center
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