Corley’s Exotic Animal Rescue is coming to the Hutchinson Mall

Corley’s Exotic Animal Rescue is coming to the Hutchinson Mall

Submitted by Kay Johnson on February 23, 2010 – 9:20am

A special fundraiser will take place Wednesday, Feb. 24 through Sunday, Feb. 28, at the Hutchinson Mall, featuring Corley’s Exotic Animal Rescue, run by Beth Corley of G.W. Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Okla. Corley is in Hutchinson to raise awareness for the need to help unwanted exotic animals within the United States. Donations are the only way they care for the animals.

While at the Hutchinson Mall, the foundation will host an all-day exhibit featuring tigers, lions and other exotic animals. For a small donation the public may have their picture taken with the babies or even get the opportunity to interact with the babies. What makes this exhibit unique is that children may play with the cubs under the supervision of one of Corley’s trainers. Kids have a chance to have contact with a baby tiger. The experience is fun and educational as well.

For more information, call Amy Forcier Hutchinson Mall office at 320-587-5956.

Related article from from the Hutchinson Mall website:


January 12, 2010

Here’s your chance to have your photo taken with exotic animals.

G.W. Exotic Animal Foundation of Wynnewood, OK is returning to the Hutchinson Mall.

Be sure to visit the baby lions, tigers and other exotic animals at the Hutchinson Mall center court: February 24-28, 2010.

Mall contact information:

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