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WHF The Big Cat Sanctuary Open Days 2017

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When: 20/07/2017 - 23/07/2017

Time: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm

Location: Headcorn Road

Smarden, Kent, United Kingdom TN27 8PJ

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Contact Information

Website: www.whf.org.uk

Phone: 01233 771915

Description

Wildlife Heritage Foundation is located in Smarden. It is a 38 acre site in the Kent countryside, and is home to over 50 large and small cats. From the biggest to the smallest in the world. We work to save the Big Cats of the World from extinction.

We are a breeding centre of excellence and also a santuary for older Big Cats to retire to the peace and quiet of the countryside. Our main breeding programmes for endangered species are the Amur leopard, Amur tiger, Sumatran tiger and the Snow leopard. Our ultimate aim being to safely reintroduce these Big Cats to their natural habitat, free from danger of poaching and other hazards leading to their demise.

You can support the Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) by coming to one of our annual open days! Visit 50+ big cats including our tigers, lions, leopards and cheetahs this July.

Fun for all the family the days include face painting, arts and crafts, stalls and a bbq!

Tickets go on sale Mid-February!

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