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The Roar Foundation supports The Shambala Preserve and shares its mission: to educate the public about exotic animals and to advocate for legislation to protect them.To provide sanctuary for exotic animals who have suffered from gross mistreatment.

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08/13/2021
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12/05/2020

You Made It Happen

If you listen very carefully …

you might hear a ROAR of JOY echoing through Soledad Canyon! Because of you, we not only made our goal – we surpassed it by over $10,000. It seems like a holiday miracle to us. One that just gets better.

Because you helped create that miracle, our benefactor was so impressed that the decision was made to match every dollar that you gave … which comes to a total of $61,796.03.

So, with all our hearts, we want to say thank you for rescuing us and truly making it possible for the Wild Ones of Shambala to have a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We wish the same to you and yours.

11/23/2020

One Week to Go!
It’s Thanksgiving week and we at Shambala have some new things to be thankful for … about 36,247 of them – all dollar bills! Thanks to you, we are more than halfway to our goal of $50,000 and we are SO grateful. BUT, there’s only one week to go – in just seven days it will be
November 30th … the day our Matching Grant opportunity ends.

SO, we’re really hoping that some of you who may not have donated yet will take a moment to help that number climb even higher. AND, for those of you who’ve already given … maybe, just maybe you could find a little something extra to send our way in these last few days.

In any case, all of us wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and hope that we’ll be able to welcome you back for a safari early in 2021. AND, we will let you know in the first week of December how we did with the Matching Grant – and, once again, how much we appreciate your loving support for the Wild Ones of Shambala.

http://shambala.org/donate_grant_2020.htm

To all of you who have been so loyal to Shambala, believing in not only what we do, but how we do it: We are so apprecia...
07/28/2020
The Shambala Preserve presented by The Roar Foundation

To all of you who have been so loyal to Shambala, believing in not only what we do, but how we do it:

We are so appreciative of your faithful donations which have allowed us to keep our residents safe, happy, and healthy, as well as continue to improve our efforts to give them the best quality of life possible. Even though you can’t come out to Shambala and see the wild ones during these strange and difficult times, you have stuck with us, and given us encouragement.

Although we wish things were different, at this point we must be realistic and say that all events, including the member’s party, must be put on hold. But, the needs of all of our animals cannot be put on hold. So, please keep checking the website for any changes, enjoying the videos, and most importantly, sending in your donations. If you will do that, we will be able to keep moving forward, anticipating that time when we can once again open the gates and welcome all of you who are so important to our work and the care of these magnificent creatures.

From all of us on the Executive Board

http://shambala.org/donate_preserve.htm

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05/29/2020

Thank you for your patience during our website outage this morning. We are up and running again!

03/21/2020

An Important Message From The Roar Foundation

Roar Members and Friends,

These are extraordinary times, and Shambala is no ordinary organization. Our grounds are home to 27 big cats who require daily expert attention. The animals here at the preserve are healthy and well, as are the amazing team of humans who are with them every day, providing the same superior care and enrichment the animals always receive. Critical operations team members are on the grounds now ensuring the well-being of our wild ones, as well as the safety of our facilities, with professionalism, commitment, positivity, and creativity.

With the Preserve being closed as we enter our peak attendance season – a time that is vital to our operational budget – we realize we will have additional challenges to consider.

It is with these uncertainties that we come to you, our closest friends and family, to ask you to consider donating during this unusual time for all of us – but especially for an organization who cannot merely close to the public; we must also continue to maintain our standards of excellence when it comes to the living things in our stewardship. If you can consider a gift of any size, we deeply appreciate your dedication to those in our care – in thick and thin.

http://shambala.org/donate_preserve.htm

Every bit of support helps during this critical time. Thank you for being passionate advocates and for all that you do for the Roar Foundation! We appreciate your friendship, loyalty, and support, and never take it for granted. We hope you and yours are well during this historic – but temporary! – period for humanity.

If you are signed up for any future events you will receive a personal phone call at the appropriate time to be rescheduled.

Animal Caretakers Manny, Jessica, and Chris Gallucci at the February  on the 8th and 9th.  Copyright 2020
03/02/2020

Animal Caretakers Manny, Jessica, and Chris Gallucci at the February on the 8th and 9th.
Copyright 2020

Trinity takes her femur bone treat at the  on February 1, 2020    Copyright 2020
03/02/2020

Trinity takes her femur bone treat at the on February 1, 2020
Copyright 2020

Mendhi poses for the guests at the first  of the new year, January 11-12, 2020   Copyright 2020
01/18/2020

Mendhi poses for the guests at the first of the new year, January 11-12, 2020
Copyright 2020

Cougars Lily and P-Stein relax in their den box after relishing their femur bone treats on the January 4th Parents Day a...
01/15/2020

Cougars Lily and P-Stein relax in their den box after relishing their femur bone treats on the January 4th Parents Day at the

11/28/2019
Shambala’s November Parents Day saw perfect weather and the Wild Ones ate their bone treats with relish to the delight o...
11/04/2019

Shambala’s November Parents Day saw perfect weather and the Wild Ones ate their bone treats with relish to the delight of the Parents. Shambala's newest Wild One, white tiger Jet, made his first Parent’s Day appearance!

 Nala poses for the guests on the August     copyright 2019
08/21/2019

Nala poses for the guests on the August copyright 2019

http://shambala.org/new_cougar.htmSHAMBALA'S NEWEST RESIDENTSThank you for your constant donations . . . this is why the...
07/30/2019

http://shambala.org/new_cougar.htm
SHAMBALA'S NEWEST RESIDENTS
Thank you for your constant donations . . . this is why they are so important. These three mountain lions are starting life with a heartfelt story and they are only one year old. Help us help them.
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We would like to acknowledge Wyoming Game and Fish as well as Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary.

From left to right, their names are Awakkule (Patty), Inke (Gooie), Akduxxiile (Cog).

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Renewed thanks for donations and a view of Shambala's Wild Ones
You Made It Happen

If you listen very carefully …

you might hear a ROAR of JOY echoing through Soledad Canyon! Because of you, we not only made our goal – we surpassed it by over $10,000. It seems like a holiday miracle to us. One that just gets better.

Because you helped create that miracle, our benefactor was so impressed that the decision was made to match every dollar that you gave … which comes to a total of $61,796.03.

So, with all our hearts, we want to say thank you for rescuing us and truly making it possible for the Wild Ones of Shambala to have a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We wish the same to you and yours.
One Week to Go!
It’s Thanksgiving week and we at Shambala have some new things to be thankful for … about 36,247 of them – all dollar bills! Thanks to you, we are more than halfway to our goal of $50,000 and we are SO grateful. BUT, there’s only one week to go – in just seven days it will be
November 30th … the day our Matching Grant opportunity ends.

SO, we’re really hoping that some of you who may not have donated yet will take a moment to help that number climb even higher. AND, for those of you who’ve already given … maybe, just maybe you could find a little something extra to send our way in these last few days.

In any case, all of us wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and hope that we’ll be able to welcome you back for a safari early in 2021. AND, we will let you know in the first week of December how we did with the Matching Grant – and, once again, how much we appreciate your loving support for the Wild Ones of Shambala.

http://shambala.org/donate_grant_2020.htm
An anonymous donor will match your donations up to $50,000 through November 30th!
http://shambala.org/donate_grant_2020.htm
To all of you who have been so loyal to Shambala, believing in not only what we do, but how we do it:

We are so appreciative of your faithful donations which have allowed us to keep our residents safe, happy, and healthy, as well as continue to improve our efforts to give them the best quality of life possible. Even though you can’t come out to Shambala and see the wild ones during these strange and difficult times, you have stuck with us, and given us encouragement.

Although we wish things were different, at this point we must be realistic and say that all events, including the member’s party, must be put on hold. But, the needs of all of our animals cannot be put on hold. So, please keep checking the website for any changes, enjoying the videos, and most importantly, sending in your donations. If you will do that, we will be able to keep moving forward, anticipating that time when we can once again open the gates and welcome all of you who are so important to our work and the care of these magnificent creatures.

From all of us on the Executive Board

http://shambala.org/donate_preserve.htm
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