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  1. Miriam Cannavale
    December 2, 2014 @ 6:57 pm

    Neighbors should move, animals were on earth first and have rights to a place to exist.

  2. Vangie Tarver
    September 20, 2014 @ 12:28 pm

    Keep in mind this is the same area where they hung an elephant. The poor animal had a severely infected tooth in the precise spot where the trainer prodded her, resulting in her going into a rage (from pain). It took two tries to hang her, all the while she was suffering from gunshots and a broken hip after the first try.
    Have ANY of these folks volunteered to help? Have they volunteered to do ANYTHING? important questions. And suing for an amount they KNOW will result if won (do not see a fair trial if it goes that far) destroying the sanctuary, the animals (where will they go?) and the owner – very petty indeed.

  3. Elaine Elledge
    July 29, 2014 @ 11:12 pm

    From one tiger to over 250 different animals. Let's not "kill" the people who live in the surrounding area, who have homes and animals themselves, who would like the property value to not go south… when the noise pollution becomes a no holds bared bellowing match at all hours. Too many animals is too many. They have a point but more importantly is the health of the animals. Are the animals just being moved to a less toxic environment because it's called a Haven. How many animals per spacer is too much, and are there more then enough caretakers to handle the problem. All of these questions need to be addressed. Caretakers of the abused animal population do them little or no service if they can't say no to additional animals when their space becomes over crowded. There is a community….the neighbors didn't have a problem at one level of population but now it's at the suing level and That is not really helping the animals. BTW, A Very large hug to owner who is trying to diminish the problems of these animals. Who can help instead of suing for the answers….will all the money help what has already been done or is it just to appease a few people who have little to offer in the way of real help. The problems we have in this life are problems we all have because we share in the fate of our "shared" world. Maybe a neighbor could start a fund for removing the extra animals to another shelter….I find when people and animals collide the animals are usually on the downside….so much for the fair legal system….Just thoughts…..

  4. Steven Brummette
    May 7, 2014 @ 3:22 am

    Everybody is looking for a payoff anymore when the economy goes south

  5. Megan Jones Rice
    March 21, 2014 @ 2:22 pm

    How petty is this lawsuit! They too are created by the hands of God and it is our duty to protect and promote their well being!

  6. Karen Taylor Lambie
    November 4, 2013 @ 6:42 pm

    Instead of complaining about the roaring, etc., these people should be grateful that there are people who care enough about these horribly abused animals to be doing something about it. I would consider it a priviledge to be able to hear these amazing animals in my own backyard. The complainers need to be doing something to promote kindness in the world. They need to volunteer for Tiger Haven and see for themselves what horrors these animals have suffered at the hands of human beings.

  7. Sharon George
    July 3, 2013 @ 5:15 pm

    What a-holes people can be. Do they realize what these animals have been through? Chemical burns. Crushed bones from repeated beatings. Used as toys, then discarded when they became what they were born to be…large wild animals. Used as trophies for 'hunters' on hunting ranches, after being de-clawed, beaten into submission, then turned loose with no where to hide for people like Cheney (he loved this stuff) to 'hunt' and kill. Any big cat that makes it to this woman's shelter deserves love, peace, and food.

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