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Adopting a Tiger
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Mike
2004-04-28 16:07:57 UTC
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Can anyone recommend a charity or organisation to help me adopt a
wild Tiger? I have seen a few websites, however I'm looking for a
way to perhaps help an individual Tiger rather than the usual
share option. Also, is there any regulatory body to ensure funds
are all used to benefit the animals?

TIA.
p0wer
2004-05-03 19:09:03 UTC
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Post by Mike
Can anyone recommend a charity or organisation to help me adopt a
wild Tiger? I have seen a few websites, however I'm looking for a
way to perhaps help an individual Tiger rather than the usual
share option. Also, is there any regulatory body to ensure funds
are all used to benefit the animals?
What you are trying to do means that you are able to provide such one ENOUGH
CARE, especially while it is young, enough food during it's ENTIRE life,
constant veterinary help of HIGHEST QUALITY and a habitat which will provide
LOTS OF SPACE for it. To sum this all up, you must be a RICH person with
PLENTY of free time, the best being no other duties at all. As far as I
know, this would be something like having 5-10 kids at once? Plus I assume
you will always think about the happiness of your tiger and never try to do
any harm to it, because then you're a dead man and we will go and kill you
by our own hands ;) And remember the MOST important thing - IT IS NOT A PET
!!!!!! You will NOT be able to play with it, even when it is young you might
be severely hurt or even killed! If you want it that way then forget it !!!
Better donate to already existing conservation organisation or your zoo.

OK, enough of this. Ask your local zoo. If they like you, they might help
you.
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