Ready to Roam?
Tiger cubs usually stay with their mothers for two years before venturing out on our own. Some aren’t able to do so… since they’re an endangered species. There once were a 100 million, but now there are about 3,500 left.
One of the biggest reasons for this is the destruction of their habitat. Tigers are forced to wander into human territory, looking for food, which is where they lose most of their pack to poachers. The cubs find themselves alone…
We aim to protect tigers to ensure they are able to safely grow up, breed and continue increasing their population. Once graduated, they can roam towards their life’s calling. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a Tiger Reserve, located in India (home to half of the remaining tigers in the world). It’s without these contributions and protection that tigers might go extinct within the next few decades. At Safe Haven, our mission is to serve as such.