Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit sanctuary that provides a forever, loving home to abused, neglected and unwanted exotic animals and farm animals. Under new USDA, Department of Natural Resources and Fish & Game ordinances, we are now required to raise our 8 foot fencing for our enclosures to a mandatory Sixteen (16) feet! They need your help to do this so that they can keep the beautiful animals that now call Noah's Ark home.
The approximate cost is $500,000 to complete the project or the animals will have to go into smaller cages. said Kandi Allen, assistant to the director of Noah’s Ark.
This is no small task and comes at a great cost. As a non-profit, we barely get by with the funds needed to stay open and feed and care for the animals. With your help, not only can they provide the newly regulated Sixteen (16) feet enclosures for the animals, but they can make certain that they are here for a long time to continue to provide a home for these animals who so desperately need a forever, loving home where they will no longer suffer abuse or neglect. Won't you help? The tigers, lions, bears, cougars and wolves need your help today. -
About: Noah’s Ark is a nonprofit organization in Locust Grove, GA, that provides care and treatment for more than 1,000 animals, including exotic, wildlife and domestic animals.
Located on 250 rolling acres just south of Atlanta, Noah’s Ark is free and open to the public. More than 100,000 people visit Noah’s Ark and participate in educational programs each year.
Some of the most popular animals at Noah's Ark are Baloo the American black bear, Leo the African lion and Shere Khan the tiger who have lived together as a family at Noah’s Ark since 2001.
Noah’s Ark promotes humane, responsible and informed animal treatment and ownership.