18 May 2017

Where in the World is Miss Judy?: National Tiger Sanctuary

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North American Herb & Spice and the National Tiger Sanctuary has joined forces to help rescue tigers, lions, leopards, and cougars from poaching, retaliatory killings, unregulated circuses and zoos and habitat loss. The FDA and USDA both use the National Tiger Sanctuary as a model for others to know what a well-planned habitat and healthy feeding schedule looks like.

North American Herb & Spice has contributed $3,700 worth of grass fed meat and bones and has also contributed funds towards the reconstruction to help welcome 14 rare white tigers who have retired from the Ringling Brothers show.

The welcoming is a pricey project, but the National Tiger Sanctuary is committed to consistently providing these big cats the habitat and robust diet that they deserve.

Charitable donations would be highly appreciated to help this unique sanctuary live up to its blossoming potential. The link is provided below. Also, check out the president of North American Herb & Spice, Ms. Judy Gray, enjoying the love of these gorgeous creatures.

General Donation

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3 Responses to Where in the World is Miss Judy?: National Tiger Sanctuary
  1. Thank you for taking care of God’s animals. I love the big cats. I am a foster Mother of a chihuahua rescue. But I also feed my wild squirrels, birds, feral cats, possums and a raccoon has just joined my house (eating the feral cats food outside). Being that she comes over during the day I think she may be pregnant.

  2. Dear NAH&S: I’ve been using your products for years & I so much appreciate your efforts with these beautiful animals! The Tiger Sanctuary & Big Cat Rescue (in Tampa, FL) & others are helping in these efforts. I’m VERY THANKFUL that your organization is helping them with your wonderful products. I wish ALL sanctuaries would use them instead of the chemical preventions that are used elsewhere. God bless you, Ms Judy, & NAH&S!!!!

  3. As an animal lover, especially for lions, tigers, cougars, and leopards, I must say what a wonderful organization and truly appreciate your efforts for these marvelous creatures!


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