Prairie Wind sanctuary closing

Prairie Wind Animal Refuge in Agate Colorado is shutting down.  Michael Jurich (Founder and Executive Director of Prairie Wind) authorized us to place this alert in order to help save the animals in his care.  Michael does not currently have email or access to the internet.  He would prefer that someone take over his entire operation by purchasing the land and equipment at the facility and then becoming the new Executive Director of the nonprofit IRS 501(c)(3).  This would allow the animals to stay where they are and in their current groupings and current licensing could stay in place.  If this is not possible, he needs to get the animals placed at other sanctuaries as quickly as possible.

 

Animal Listing with photos attached. (sorry I don’t have any more data than this).  There are:

    11 Tigers,

    5 Lions,

    5 Adult Black Bears,

    5 Black Bear Cubs,

    1 Black Jaguar,

    1 Cougar,

    1 Bob Cat,

    2 Lynx,

    2 Coyotes,

    1 Arctic Fox,

    1 Red Fox,

    12 Wolves/Wolf-Dogs

 

Please contact:

     Michael Jurich

    22111 County Road 150

    Agate, CO 80101

    303.621.2304

 

 

For the cats,

 

Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue

an Educational Sanctuary home

to more than 100 big cats

12802 Easy Street Tampa, FL  33625

813.493.4564 fax 885.4457

http://www.BigCatRescue.org MakeADifference@BigCatRescue.org

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http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/344896451?ltl=1140270431

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