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Carl Delvic
Carl Delvic

Those white trash rednecks should be put to death.

Arizonka Pfeiffer
Arizonka Pfeiffer

J O I N T!

Mary Cohen Robinson
Mary Cohen Robinson

Thank god there are people like you guys out there saving these precious lives. I love all animals and wish i had the money and means to help.

Diane Hebert Pease
Diane Hebert Pease

I agree with a comment made by Carl Delvic. What is wrong with those people? All animals deserve humane treatment.

Dee Burrows
Dee Burrows

Bottom line, these beautiful creatures should never have been in captivity in the first place! Of course there was a danger if they 'escaped', they're TIGERS! Until people stop thinking they can control these incredible animals like pets, there will always be the need for rescues like this. Sadly, the stupidity of the human race will never cease to astound me :'(.

Zofia Szarzyńska
Zofia Szarzyńska

Do not let the animals died so wonderful! Some are already unique, as it will continue to be our generation watched these wonderful animals only in pictures....for me in is a very sad sight....

Zofia Szarzyńska
Zofia Szarzyńska

Nie pozwólmy aby tak wspaniałe zwierzęta gineły! są niektóre już unikatem.jak tak dalej będzie to nasze pokolenia będą oglądać te wspaniałe zwierzęta tylko na zdjęciach....jest to dla mnie bardzo smutny widok......

Tenzin Tengkyong
Tenzin Tengkyong

...safe all Tiger...You are their voice...

John Eggysan Egbert
John Eggysan Egbert

This article is not completely accurate. I volunteered at Riverglen Tigers and during that time Turbo shared a large enclosure with two other tigers, Howard and Richard. You may recognize Richard as he was featured on Natural Geographic's "Animal Intervention: Tiger Relocation" ( http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/wild/animal-intervention/videos/tiger-relocation/ ) We did move Richard into his own enclosure in 2004. Their enclosure was right by the main entrance to Riverglen and in...

This article is not completely accurate. I volunteered at Riverglen Tigers and during that time Turbo shared a large enclosure with two other tigers, Howard and Richard. You may recognize Richard as he was featured on Natural Geographic's "Animal Intervention: Tiger Relocation" ( http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/wild/animal-intervention/videos/tiger-relocation/ ) We did move Richard into his own enclosure in 2004. Their enclosure was right by the main entrance to Riverglen and in close proximity to other tigers as well as where Betty stayed.

Wendye Kolles
Wendye Kolles

God bless these precious Tigers! My prayers that can now live in an environment that is best suited to their specific needs and receive the love, care, attention, protection and RESPECT they so richly deserve. God bless ALL animals! xo xo xo xo xo xo.

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