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Wild Animal Orphanage


category : Wildlife Refuges
One of the oldest sanctuaries for unwanted wild and exotic animals in the U.S., and accredited by the American Sanctuary Association. Big cats, bears and monkeys have found homes here along with several other species. Unlike a zoo, facility does not allow hands-on contact with wild animals. Group tours available by calling in advance. Located between Fiesta Texas and Sea World.


Admission: Donations requested
Hours: Wed. - Sun. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., with last tour beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Address: 9626 Leslie Rd.
Phone: 210/688-9038
Our Website: www.wildanimalorphanage.org

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