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Exotic Feline Rescue Center

OUR MISSION: Is to provide permanent homes for exotic felines that have been abused, abandoned, or for some reason have nowhere to live out their lives while educating the public about these beautiful cats.
WE BELIEVE: These special cats have much to give and deserve to be treated in a humane and dignified manner.

WE ARE A NONPROFIT CORPORATION THAT:

Neither buys, sells nor breeds cats
Gives rescued animals a home for life
Provides stable social groups
Provides enhanced natural environments
Provides the best veterinary care

The EFRC was founded in 1991 as an organization dedicated to the rescue of exotic felines who have been abused, abandoned, mistreated or otherwise homeless.  The EFRC owns 108 acres of land in Center Point, Indiana where a staff of 15 employees, interns and volunteers care daily for just under 200 big cats from 9 different species.

There are just a handful of sanctuaries in the US that provide the same services that we do.

We work and cooperate with many organizations including: USDA, Louisville Zoo, DNR, US Fish & Wildlife and New York DEC.

We currently have several cats in “temporary” enclosures. Permanent enclosures need to be built for these cats. The average cost of a permanent enclosure for a lion or tiger is approximately $25,000.

For the last 5 years we have taken in an average of 2 cats per month.  We have cats from 24 states.

Ivomec, a medicine given monthly to our cats for parasites including heartworms, costs about $3,000 per year.

We feed our cats 3-4,000 lbs of meat every day.

May – Pay It Forward

Pink Ribbon Connection is an Indianapolis-based, grassroots not-for-profit whose staff and volunteers provide breast cancer survivors with one-on-one per counseling, as well as offering emotional support and resources to anyone touched by breast cancer. Founded in 2006, the organization serves more than 1,000 breast cancer survivors annually through patient resource packets, health fairs and information sessions.

As a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, Pink Ribbon Connection and its valuable services are supported solely through the generosity of our private donors, sponsors and more thank 100 active volunteers

Core Services

  • Support

    • One-on-one peer counseling for breast cancer survivors
    • Support underserved populations through free resources and referrals to partner social service and cancer organizations

  • Resources
    • 
    Links to appropiate community and disease specific services
    • Extensive resouce library with clinical, health and wellness information
    • Patient Resource Packet to assist you in your journey
    • Free wigs, hats, prostheses and bras
    • Distribution of monthly Pink Letter
  • Education
     Breast cancer and wellness-focused sessions and classes

December Pay It Forward – Exotic Feline Rescue Center

OUR MISSION: Is to provide permanent homes for exotic felines that have been abused, abandoned, or for some reason have nowhere to live out their lives while educating the public about these beautiful cats.
WE BELIEVE: These special cats have much to give and deserve to be treated in a humane and dignified manner.

WE ARE A NONPROFIT CORPORATION THAT:

Neither buys, sells nor breeds cats
Gives rescued animals a home for life
Provides stable social groups
Provides enhanced natural environments
Provides the best veterinary care

The EFRC was founded in 1991 as an organization dedicated to the rescue of exotic felines who have been abused, abandoned, mistreated or otherwise homeless.  The EFRC owns 108 acres of land in Center Point, Indiana where a staff of 15 employees, interns and volunteers care daily for just under 200 big cats from 9 different species.

There are just a handful of sanctuaries in the US that provide the same services that we do.

We work and cooperate with many organizations including: USDA, Louisville Zoo, DNR, US Fish & Wildlife and New York DEC.

We currently have several cats in “temporary” enclosures. Permanent enclosures need to be built for these cats. The average cost of a permanent enclosure for a lion or tiger is approximately $25,000.

For the last 5 years we have taken in an average of 2 cats per month.  We have cats from 24 states.

Ivomec, a medicine given monthly to our cats for parasites including heartworms, costs about $3,000 per year.

We feed our cats 3-4,000 lbs of meat every day.

November Pay It Forward – Young Life

We are once again excited to work with such an amazing program for kids this November.

 

Young Life an amazing program that reaches out to kids – where they are, as they are. It ‘s all about building relationships with kids on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. The Young Life Leaders listen to their stories and learn what’s important to them because they genuinely care about their joys, triumphs, heartaches and setbacks.

They believe in the power of presence and that Kids’ lives are dramatically influenced when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God’s love with them. Because their Young Life leader believes in them, they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.

” Young Life at Brebeuf is such an awesome program that changes the lives of so many kids in such a positive and inspiring way. We can proudly say that our son has grown into such an impressive young man that believes in giving back and helping the the local less fortunate kids in his area … thanks to Brebeuf Young Life..”

Steve and Challen Powers – Owners of PDA,Inc.

Find out more about Younglife. HERE