Your Help Needed to Transport Rescued Lions Back to Africa

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Online sites like Greater Good and Freekibble.com have excellent reputations for promoting a variety of animal-related causes.  The month of April they are devoting their energies toward bringing awareness and inspiring people to donate toward the transportation costs to move 33 lions rescued, late last year, from illegal circuses in South America to an animal sanctuary in South Africa. These Kings and Queens of the animal kingdom were neglected, abused, starving, and in poor health.  They are in the recovery  process, but they need a home, and they need help to get there.

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The Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary will allow these lions the opportunity to live freely, living beneath the sky and the sun on the green grasses of their new home.  At 33Lions.org, you can not only donate, but volunteer, adopt, and/or sponsor one of these magnificent animals and see them to freedom.   Working alongside Animal Defenders International, who are spearheading this campaign, these organizations are coming together to see these lions receive the life they deserve.

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Whether large or small, monetary or helping to get the word out, working together, we can see these 33 lions and lionesses returned home to Africa.

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