HEALTH AND SAFETY UPDATE REGARDING THE COVID-19 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS
Tigers for Tomorrow's mission is to preserve and protect the animals in our care. To protect our guests, staff, volunteers and community amid concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak (novel coronavirus), Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain, will continue to be temporarily closed for general admission.
AS OF MAY 20th, we are offering very limited private tours, 1-4 people for $200. We do know this an increase in what we normally charge and we do hope to bring our prices down once we reopen. To reserve a limited private tour, please email Sue at email@example.com or text 256-364-0143.
Due to the rapidly changing nature of the situation, we will provide updates here and on social media for general admission reopening date.
TFT, continues to closely monitor updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization and the Alabama Department of Public Health as the situation unfolds. We will continue to keep you updated here on our website and on our social media pages.
Our animals are healthy and well, and we will continue to provide them with the dedicated, professional care that we always have. Critical operations staff, including animal care teams and other selected employees, will continue working at the preserve to provide vital care to our animals and infrastructure.
We are non profit 501 (c)(3) and we are at the beginning of our Spring Break Tours which brings thousands of visitors each year. We are taking a huge hit to our proceeds by remaining closed. Please donate what you can through our website or social media pages to help us through this difficult time. We are also asking for donations at our front gate entrance. There are crates where you can donate bleach, cereals and granola bars (no chocolate) and unopened bags of frozen vegetables. If you are cleaning out your freezers and have unseasoned/non breaded meat you could donate, please message us through our Facebook page to make arrangements.
We hope that you’ll stay connected with us through social media, where we’ll be continuing to share content like animal facts and news, cuteness boosts, conservation tips, and any updates regarding our reopening. During a time when things seem so uncertain, we’ll do our best to be a bright spot in your newsfeed with wildly familiar faces.