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Royal Chitwan National Park

Narayani, the Bengal Tiger, was rescued by the Bill Jordan Foundation for Wildlife after her mother was killed by authorities in Nepal. Orphaned and helpless, Narayani and her two sisters wandered to a village to find food, where they were beaten with sticks by the villagers. Sadly her sisters died but Narayani was saved and re-homed to a sanctuary built by us in Chitwan National Park.

Narayani desperately needs your support to help fund her in a new home!

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Shambala Preserve

These three young tigers, Alexander, Dakota and Stella, also known as "The Little Rascals," joined the other residents of Shambala in November 2002. They were rescued from a deplorable facility outside of Colton, California. They are now living out their lives playing in the river and romping in the grass while receiving the best human care, the best veterinary care, and the best nutrition possible. Not only is their physical health a priority, but their mental health as well.

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There are 3 adoption packs, details below.

Child's Pack A - $50.00

Includes:
A personalized certificate with a story of your orphan
Color photograph of your orphan
Cuddly toy of your orphan or baseball cap or backpack

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(Choice of cuddly toy, basball cap or backpack)

Childrens pack options


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Adult's Pack A - $50.00

Includes:
A personalized certificate with a story of your orphan
A color photograph of your orphan
A BJWDF T-shirt

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Tiger Pack B - $80.00

Includes:
A personalized certificate with a color picture of your orphan
A striking tiger T-shirt
A tiger fact sheet
A limited edition print (65cm x 55cm)
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