9 Animal Sanctuaries You Should See This Summer

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah: 

Home to 1,600 homeless animals, including cats and dogs, with areas like "Dogtown" and "Cat World" for interaction and learning. 

Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida: 

Offers educational tours to see tigers, lions, jaguars, and more. Check out bigcatrescue.org for tour options.

Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana: 

A retirement center for exotic animals, including big cats, bears, and monkeys. Visit bpsanctuary.org for tour reservations.

Safe Haven Wildlife Sanctuary in Imlay, Nevada: 

Rehabilitates wildlife, including big cats, bears, and parrots. Visit safehavenwildlife.com for tour information.

The Raptor Trust in Millington, New Jersey: 

Rehabilitates injured birds of prey and offers free public access. Visit theraptortrust.org for more details.

Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue in Dover Plains, New York: 

Offers tours and horse therapy programs. Visit their official website for more information.

Animal Place in Grass Valley, California:

 Cares for neglected farm animals and offers guided tours. Visit animalplace.org for details.

Project Perry in Louisa, Virginia: 

Dedicated to rehabilitating parrots. Visit projectperry.com for tour information.

Wolf Haven International in Tenino, Washington: 

Rehabilitates wolves and offers walking tours. Visit wolfhaven.org for tour details.