• Ares

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      Ares was found starving and sick with a severe eye infection, in a travelling French circus. After being rescued from the appalling conditions and 10 months of veterinary treatment to get him strong enough to travel, Ares finally arrived at the sanctuary on 10-02-2010. Ares was born in 2007. His rescue was made possible by the following sponsors: Refuge De Le Arche, Foundation Assistance Aux Animaux and Nick Yianni. Special thanks must also be given to Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com/) and Havillam Abrahams from Highmoor Freight who once again assisted with the import free of charge.
    • Asad

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      Asad, found living in central Beirut, was successfully relocated to our sanctuary on 11-04-2012.Asad was born in August 2011. Lebanon has no laws governing the keep of wild animals as pets and Asad is one of the lucky ones. Animals like lion and cheetah cubs are smuggled into Lebanon and sold as pets, but their lives are often short lived as incorrect diets and inappropriate housing often lead to their demise. Often those surviving end up living in terrible conditions in backyard cages or private zoos. Without the hard work of Animals Lebanon his rescue would have not been possible. Special thanks must also be given to Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com/) and DRA Customs Clearing & Forwarding who assisted with the import free of charge.
    • Athena – White Lion

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      Athena was born at the sanctuary on 15-12-2015. Parents: Brutus & Nala Her birth was a complete surprise as her father, Brutus, had been surgically sterilised five years prior.
    • Brutus – White Lion

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      Brutus was born on 24-01-2010 and arrived at the sanctuary on 06-04-2010. Brutus was donated to the sanctuary, where he will remain for life and not be used for breeding. We cannot disclose any information about his origin at this time as such disclosure may affect plans to relocate other lions to our sanctuary. White Lions White lions are technically extinct in the wild. White lions are not albinos, but rather a genetic rarity. White lions have been ruthlessly exploited by the captive breeding industry and intensively inbred to produce victims for canned hunting.
    • Edina

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      Edina was born in May 2008. Edina was rescued from the illegal pet trade in Romania. Lion cubs sold into the pet trade in Romania are normally used as photographic props and lead a terrible existence. They are normally beaten, drugged, badly fed and often declawed and defanged! Often the cubs are kept in car boots! Most of the animals caught in this industry do not live for more than a year. Edina arrived at the Sanctuary on 25-02-2009. Her rescue was made possible by the following sponsors: SOS Dogs Romania, Hundehilfe, The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust and Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com) who once again assisted with the import free of charge. Her enclosure was sponsored by The Winsome Constance Kindness Trust
    • Ena

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      Ena was born in January 2010 and arrived at the sanctuary on 24-06-2010. Ena was confiscated from a French circus where she was kept in horrific conditions and was discovered hidden underneath a circus horse trailer in a wooden box, where she had been kept prisoner for most of her short life. Her rescue was made possible by the following organizations: Foundation Assistance Aux Animaux and the Bridget Bardot Foundation. We are also most grateful to Elizabeth Elstob, who generously sponsored the construction costs of Ena’s enclosure. Special thanks must also be given to Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com/) and Havillam Abrahams from Highmoor Freight who once again assisted with the import free of charge.
    • Gaucho

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      Gaucho spent most of his life jailed in a small barren circus trailer. He underwent brutal training and was found malnourished and living in appalling conditions. His paws had been mutilated when his claws were removed. Gaucho was born in approximately 2003 and arrived at the Sanctuary on 27-10-2009. Gaucho’s rescue was made possible by SAG (the Chilean Agricultural Department). Gaucho was housed temporarily in Buin Zoo in Chile while awaiting his relocation. Special thanks must also be given to Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com/) and Havillam Abrahams from Highmoor Freight who once again assisted with the import free of charge.
    • Goliath

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      Goliath was born in a European circus. For most of his life he would have been confined to a “beast wagon” with hardly enough room to move. He would have undergone brutal and barbaric “training” and lived a miserable existence. Fortunately for Goliath intervention saw him being confiscated from the circus and temporarily placed in a wildlife refuge, the Natuurhulpcentrum in Belgium. Months of logistical planning took place before Goliath could be successfully relocated to us. On 13th February 2008, after a journey of almost 10 000 kilometers, Goliath safely arrived at the Sanctuary and for the first time he had freedom to roam outdoors. Goliath was born in May 2007. His rescue was made possible because of the generosity of the following sponsors: British Airways, The Animal Reception Centre (London), James Cargo Services, Animal Travel Services (Cape Town), Beauty Without Cruelty and Jeanne and Ian Bathgate. His enclosure was sponsored by the Marchig Animal Welfare Trust
    • Jane

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      Jane was born on 01-07-2016 and arrived at the sanctuary on 30-05-17 We were asked to provide a lifetime home for this lion by Panthera Africa, who did not have the capacity to house her. The lion originates from the Free State (the epicenter of canned hunting).
    • Juno – White Lion

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      Juno was born at the sanctuary on 15-12-2015. Parents: Brutus & Nala Her birth was a complete surprise as her father, Brutus, had been surgically sterilised five years prior.
    • Kala

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      Kala was born on 01-07-2016 and arrived at the sanctuary on 30-05-17 We were asked to provide a lifetime home for this lion by Panthera Africa, who did not have the capacity to house her. The lion originates from the Free State (the epicenter of canned hunting).
    • King

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      King was born in July 2008. King was rescued from the illegal pet trade in Romania. Lion cubs sold into the pet trade in Romania are normally used as photographic props and lead a terrible existence. They are normally beaten, drugged, badly fed and often declawed and defanged! Often the cubs are kept in car boots! Most of the animals caught in this industry do not live for more than a year. King arrived at the Sanctuary on 25-02-2009. His rescue was made possible by the following sponsors: SOS Dogs Romania, Hundehilfe, The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust and Animal Travel Services (www.animal-travel.com) who once again assisted with the import free of charge. His enclosure was sponsored by The Winsome Constance Kindness Trust

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