T&D's is dedicated to providing a permanent safe haven for unwanted, abused and mistreated exotic pets and wild animals. T&D's will accept as many of these animals as current space allows.
T&D's will not sell, give or trade exotic animals. T&D's does not condone breeding exotic or wild animals for the pet trade, private ownership or other exploitation.
T&D's will strive to provide the best care to include diet, housing, behavioral and mental stimulation plus veterinarian care for the animals.
T&D's will continue to educate the public about the animals and why such facilities exist through educational handouts, exhibits and tours of our facility.
T&D's owners will continue their animal care knowledge through attending seminars, conferences and symposiums presented by universities, accredited zoos, government agencies and other reputable organizations.
T&D's will assist local, state and federal agencies in any way possible in the interest of the welfare of other animals.
There are many species which call T&D's home. When you visit you may see the following (listed by common names):
Bears - American Black Bear
Himalayan Black Bear
Canines - Eastern Coyote
Felines- African leopard
(Mountain lion, Puma, Panther-same animal)
Primates - Black handed spider monkey
Japanese snow macaque
Ring tailed lemur
White bellied spider monkey
Raccoon- Brown nose coati
White nose coati
Indian peacockNorth American river otter
White tailed deer
Birds (in free flight aviary) -
Amazon - Blue front
Cockatoo - Bare eyed
Macaws - Blue & Gold
Parakeet - Budgie
Indian ring neck
Pionus - Blue-headed