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The Big Cat Sanctuary is a great experience for the entire family. We recently took our granddaughter (16yo) there for a visit, and last summer we took our grandsons (11yo & 15yo). Everyone, including the adults, enjoyed the experience. It took about 90 minutes, the...More
Family had a great time looking at all the different animals. It is a guided walking tour around the grounds. I think the adults were actually more excited then the adults. Staff are knowledgeable and friendly.
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1. This was my first visit to the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary. I thoroughly enjoyed myself; this was a very enjoyable and morning. If I am in the area again in the Spring or...More
I want to keep returning to this sanctuary, the interns, the animals and the property are so impressive. So much to learn here, I would visit daily if I could. Love it there, and saving up supplies like old blankets for my next visit!
The best part of this place was seeing how much the staff really CARES about the animals. From the design of the enclosures to the way they spoke about the animals it was obvious that they are really trying to provider the best home for...More
I love going to lesser-known attractions in Texas and this one deserves more attention. The International Exotic Animal Sanctuary is an excellent animal conservation organization and the animals appear to be getting excellent care. This is not a zoo, although the animals, of course, are...More
This was our first visit to IEAS and it was great! The staff is helpful and knowledgeable. Our tour was guided by an intern named Sarah and she was very patient, thorough and passionate about her work. We learned a lot from her and highly...More
Definitely a must for any animal lover. The tour was very informative and interesting as well. All the animals were active for the most part so we got to see everyone. We even saw a bear climb into his own personal soaking tub right in...More
We came during Spring Break. We had our 2 teenaged daughters and my 92 year old grandmother with us. Since it was Spring Break, they seemed to be pretty busy, so I would call ahead or reserve a tour online if possible. It is @...More
I visited on Dec 4th, and luckily it was still a nice day. The tour guide was good, and was able to tell me about the animals that were at the sanctuary. A few of the animals were sleeping, especially the bears. Most of them...More