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Meet Kevin, CARE's newest arrival...read more...
Become a Patreon member to continually support CARE...read more...
Enlink Midstream generously donated materials for habitats...read more...
Year after year you are there for these animals and that is an amazing, special, beautiful thing that you do ...read more...
"The Art of CAREing" is an exhibit and art auction to benefit CARE...read more...
We entered the Antinol Mobility Study with Dr. Brian Beale and Dr. Duncan Lascalles...read more...
Take a walk on the wild side! You and a guest will fly to Texas on any Southwest domestic flight and stay at Center for Animal Research and Education (CARE) in a luxurious room towering 16 feet above tiger and lion enclosures...read more...
Kenya goes home...read more...
We want to officially introduce you to CARE’s new arrivals...read more...
Join us as we keep the big cats cool this summer and every summer! Summer is the hardest time of year for us, so we need your help to raise $30K in 30 days!...read more...
Keeping up with the integrity of our enclosures is integral in CARE's operations. It may not be the most exciting of projects to everyone, but it is what keeps everyone safe! ...read more...
Please welcome Ezra to his new home...read more.....
Cougars Apollo and Lakai were transferred from the Dallas Zoo to CARE last week...read more...
This holiday season, we are reflecting on the past year, and it sure was eventful! ...read more...
We took in this tiny girl in October, and after an auction to raise funds for her initial care, we finally have a name, and a beautiful tribute to go with it...read more.
A New Home is Needed After an extensive search, CARE, with it's long history of providing world class care to big cats, was asked by the Dallas Zoo to give two mountain lions a new, permanent home...read more.
On August 16th, 2017 CARE staff headed out to take a trip several states away to pick up a special package....read more.
On March 12th, 2017 the Nat Geo Wild channel brought two veterinary specialists out to CARE to film a mass removal from white tiger, Flash, for the show Animal ER....read more.
If you have been following along, you know that on July 17th, we were brought a two month old baby lemur....read more.
On June 30th, 2017 CARE suffered an unthinkable loss when 5 year old Mwali unexpectedly died...read more.
This winter and spring has been exceptional for the animals here at CARE! Many of our residents received fancy new upgrades to their enclosures....read more.
Before I formally introduce CARE's four new and precious gifts, I must first give you a bit of perspective into CARE the organization and what CARE really stands for....read more.
Today is the day many of you have been waiting for – the grand opening of the CARE Safari Suites...read more.
Big cats in captivity need a lot of specialized care, including exceptional enclosures that will provide them with the space, enrichment, and protection that they need to be happy and healthy....read more.
The Parker family from West Texas arrived in Bridgeport this week to give CARE a special gift....read more.
Early last week CARE took a little roadtrip to pick up a new resident. Meet Max the 5 month old bobcat...read more.
It has been a crazy (and very scary) few days, but we really wanted to take some time to do a proper update on how things are going....read more.
If you have been keeping up with lion cubs Araali and Zuberi, then you know about the illness that they have been battling for months, commonly known as Wobbler’s Syndrome....read more.
Some of you may know both Araali and Zuberi have been experiencing some difficulty lately....read more.
Since the time we took in our troop of lemurs, they have had created a lot of drama...read more.
CARE is currently enjoying it's 10th year in operation, and we have been so incredibly fortunate to have had the tremendous support that YOU have given us over the last decade...read more.
On March 14th we were a little surprised when someone brought a one month old llama with an injured back leg to us....read more.
Brownie Troop 1505, a troop that meets in Euless, TX, contacted us at the beginning of the year with an idea....read more.
Big cats in captivity are very interesting creatures who can develop very specific, sometimes quirky, tastes and habits over time....read more.
If you have been following any of our social media accounts, you probably know that Arctic the snow leopard has been under the weather again....read more.
Our latest addition to the CARE family is a South American coati named Bindi....read more.
Aside from providing a safe haven to over 50 exotic animals, the Center for Animal Research and Education works vigorously to provide positive services and supportive relations to the local Wise County community....read more.
Being close to the big cats of CARE offers up a unique insight into the lives of these great animals....read more.
It is hard to believe summer is nearly here again. CARE suffered catastrophic loss due to the record breaking heat and drought of 2011....read more.
Lemur update! Five ring-tailed lemurs have arrived and are settling in nicely thanks to 84 Lumber and Triple B Builders....read more.
The dedicated caregivers, volunteers, and board members of the Center for Animal Research and Education are devastated following the terrible events which took place in Ohio this week....read more.
We did it! CARE met the September 1st goal of raising $10k for our Perimeter Expansion Project....read more.
Heidi Krahn was concerned about the dwindling water supply at her big-cat sanctuary in Bridgeport when son Dakota, 13, turned her stress-o-meter to maximum....read more.
We have listened to Sampson talk to Layla from across the sanctuary through their roars in the night for some time....read more.
Our beloved Rasa has struggled with a painful dental condition for many years -- two of her large eye teeth (yes, they’re called ‘eye’ teeth) have grown in sideways....read more.