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The mission of the Wildlife Waystation is to rescue and provide sanctuary for native and exotic wildlife both nationally and internationally.

Founded by Martine Colette in 1965 and incorporated in 1976, the Wildlife Waystation (WW) is located on 160 acres in the Angeles National Forest in Southern California and provides 24-hour care to more than 400 permanent animal residents.

Internationally recognized, WW has helped more than 76,000 abused, abandoned, orphaned, and injured animals since 1976. These include Siberian and Bengal tigers, lions, leopards, ligers, jaguars, mountain lions, wolves, coyotes, camels, primates, hyenas, bears, foxes, reptiles, exotic birds, birds of prey, and more.

More info at https://wildlifewaystation.org/.

— 02/02/18 – Cabeau employees put on their work clothes and volunteered at the Los Angeles Wildlife Waystation. The team worked with WW to clean animal recreational structures and housing compartments and cleared remaining brush, wood, rocks, limbs, and debris from a previously unused 1/4 acre housing. The enclosure will be used to house large animals (lions, tigers, and bears, oh my) in the future.

— 04/19/17 – Cabeau employees put on their work clothes and volunteered at the Los Angeles Wildlife Waystation. The team work with WW to clear a previously unused 1/4 acre housing of brush, wood, rocks, limbs, and debris. The enclosure will be used to house large animals (lions, tigers, and bears, oh my) in the future.

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