Golden State Fur Con

Forever Wild Exotic Animal Sanctuary is a 501 (c)-3 non-profit that is dedicated to preserving the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned exotic animals through rescue, rehabilitation and education. By partnering with our community, we can change animals’ lives and inspire future generations to protect our wildlife.

Last Year's Goal:

Build Yara a Pool

She is two years old, and the sweetest bear. Her ears look like Winnie the Pooh.


Our goal last year was to raise 3,500$ to build her a cooling pool.  We blew that goal out of the water and raised $15,000 for the chairty.

This Year's Goal:

Help expand a Habitat for Rajalla

We rescued Rajalla when she was just a cub, and she has lived with us ever since. 


Her favorite things to do are sneaking up on her keepers and scaring them, playing with the pinatas she gets hand-made by her keepers, and tearing up pumpkins during Halloween. 


Our goal is to build an extended habitat for her, so she has more room to run, jump, and play.

A letter from Forever Wild
Rajalla’s Backstory,
Rajalla is our resident Bengal-Siberian Tiger; she is six years old and very rambunctious. Rajalla was born on November 20th, 2017, and was previously owned as a photoshoot cat.

Most facilities that use big cats in photo ops have specific age and weight restrictions in place. So, when Rajalla got to be too big, she had to find another home immediately.

The estimated cost for a habitat expansion is roughly $18,000 – $20,000, and that’s just for materials alone. We appreciate everyone here making this happen for us and we can’t wait to see what the weekend holds!