Safe Haven Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit wild animal sanctuary located on 160 acres in Imlay, Nevada. They work with the USDA, state and local authorities and many national organizations to offer permanent housing/care and rehab/release programs for orphaned, injured, or confiscated wild animals. The sanctuary is currently home to bobcats, cougars, African lions, tigers, African servals, foxes and more. Many of the animals have arrived from illegal breeding sites or abusive conditions. Medical care is provided for all animals to provide a better life. Their captive animal enrichment program has been consulted by other national and worldwide sanctuaries. Among its many rehab/releases, the zoo has successfully raised and released orphaned bear cubs into the high Sierra. This release was filmed for Nevada television. Daily tours of the facilities are offered by appointment. (775-538-7093). Visitors may view and enjoy our animals from the safety of the perimeter fencing. Educational tours and programs, outreach programs are also available. Guest often say that their visit to Safe Haven was one of the highlights of their Nevada vacation.