Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain is a 501-c-3 non-profit exotic and native animal rescue preserve and environmental educational center providing a permanent home to over 160 animals including tigers, lions, bears, wolves, lynx and black leopards, Open to public year round. Located on 140 acres in DeKalb County, N. Alabama.
Regular Winter Hours: SAT & SUN Open 9am with last admission 4pm
Private tours available by reservation only. $25 per person ($100 min.) Please call 256-524-4150
Two for One Admittance This Saturday and Sunday 2/15 & 2/16
and SPECIAL Valentine ADOPTION PACKAGES $25 each (a $50 value)
Walk This Way!!!
Wouldn't it be GREAT to have a paved walkway while you visit
Tigers for Tomorrow?
Making it easier for everyone from the very fit to baby strollers to handicapped.To help fund this project we are lining the pathway with engraved bricks and YOU can purchase as many as you like.
EACH BRICK WILL BE ENGRAVED WITH THE NAME of YOUR CHOICE and WILL BE PLACED ALONG THE UNTAMED PATH.
$50 for small brick
$100 for medium brick
$250 for large brick
$500 for super brick
Valentines, Birthday, Anniversaries or YOURSELF!!! Small Businesses and Corporations Welcome, too and it all helps the animals at TFT
(for each brick purchased you willreceive 2 complimentary tickets to one of our 3 sunset tours this summer)
After heavy rains, Wilbur and staff spend hours reconfiguring the dirt and gravel walkways to keep it user friendly for the guests.
Hours that could spent elsewhere helping the animals if the walkway was paved. Know anyone who can help with construction of the walkway or materials? We welcome the expertise and materials.
Tigers for Tomorrow PAYPAL LINK https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=RF4XKD88DD8EC
ANNISTON ARMY FLEET L-3 and L-3 staff and up to 3 family members can visit Tigers for Tomorrow during the month of February 2014 at half price of regular admission for a walk-about during normal hours, Saturday & Sunday, 9am with last admission at 4pm. Regular admission $12 for adults and $6 for children 3-11.
EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE / APRRECIATION PROGRAM
Employee Incentive / Appreciation Program offered by Tigers for Tomorrow. If you think your corporation would like to participate in an Employee Incentive Program where ALL employees and up to 3 family members receive half off admission to Tigers for Tomorrow please ask your Human Resources Director to contact us at
MATCHING EMPLOYEE GIFT/ DONATION PROGRAM
Does your employer/company offer a Matching Employee/Gift Donation Program?
Many corporations will match donations given by employees to eligible non-profits. Donations from employees typically start at $25 and up to $5,000, and most companies match %100 of the employee donations, although some companies double the donation. If your company offers this program, please include Tigers for Tomorrow! Email email@example.com or
If you are uncertain if your company offers a Matching Employee Gift/Donation Program, your Human Resources department would know. We are also happy to contact your employers to see if they do or would be willing to participate. We will provide necessary documentation of eligibility and documentation of monetary donations to Tigers for Tomorrow from the matching program once we receive them.
Tigers for Tomorrow is a 501-c-3 non-profit animal rescue preserve and an environmental education center, providing a permanent home to over 170 animals including tigers, lions, bears, wolves and black leopards. Located in DeKalb County, Alabama, Tigers for Tomorrow has thousands of visitors annually primarily from the South East Region, as well as national and international visitors.
CONTACT: Sue or JoAnne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-527-8391
On behalf of the animals at Tigers for Tomorrow,
P.S. PLEASE pass this on to friends and family.
Tigers for Tomorrow relies on donations, grants and admissions.
From Interstate I-59 going southbound from Ft. Payne, Alabama
Get on I-59 South. At exit 205 Collinsville go west 1/10 of a mile, make a left onto 51 South (2.3 miles), turn left this will still be 51 South (3.8miles) make right of County Road 345 (8/10 of a mile) Tigers For tomorrow will be on Right hand side of road, continue up driveway parking will veer off to left.
Coming North on I-59
You can either get off at exit 188 and make a left go to Blinking light and look straight ahead, you will see brown county signs that will direct you right to our front door. From the blinking light you are 12 miles from the preserve,
From I-59 Northbound, exit at Noccalula Falls. Go left at the exit to the blinking red light. At the light turn right, this is Route 11 North. Continue to Stevens Gap Road and turn left. This will dead end at Duck Springs Road, make a right turn. Continue for approx 7 miles, you will enter DeKalb county. Make a left on County Road 345.Eight tenths of a mile down 345 on the right is Untamed Mountain. Pull up into driveway, parking lot is on the left on the dirt road.
From Highway 431 in Albertville, Alabama-take this route if you are coming from Huntsville.
Go north on hwy. 75, make a right on hwy. 68. Take 68 into Crossville, make a right on hwy 227 South. 227 South takes a left turn at the Rodentown water tower. Follow 227 south down the mountain, at bottom make a right (hwy. 227 south) . Make your very first right on County Road 345, Untamed Mountain is 1 mile down on the right.
Private tours are $25. per person - ( A private tour is minimum of 4 people, if you don’t have 4 people, now offering tours for 1-4 people for a donation of $100.) Tours are about two hours. During your tour you make take pictures with a camera, no phones or videos are allowed. We do warn tour guest that if you are coming on the tour just to take pictures, you may be disappointed, you will be back behind 2 chain link fences. We do sell inexpensive GREAT photos of the animals in our gift store. Tours educate guest on why we are here, why the animals are here and our education specialist will go over the 4 primary instincts as well as educate about the animals behaviors in the wild and in captivity. Tours are by reservation only 256-524-4150
Untamed Mountain Exotic Animal Preserve, Attalla, Alabama 35954
Posted January 2014
Internship Begins April 2014 (6 month internship)
Intern will work directly under The Director of Animal care and will need to perform daily husbandry of barn animals and farmyard animals: cleaning, feeding and grooming.
Daily husbandry and care of Carnivore Compound: Food preparation, cleaning, enrichment, building, landscaping, property maintenance.
Interns will learn what it takes to run an exotic animal rescue and the basics of non-profit management.
Escape and capture training: basic training of tranquilizer and sedation, safety, hands on practice with tranquilizer guns and blowpipe.
Interns will be required to interact with the public, lead and participate in guided tours and participate in fundraising events.
A day will be set aside where interns shadow our Vet.
* Interns will be required to commit to working 5 days/week from 8 AM – 5 PM. (weekends required)
* Interns will receive two (2) TFT t-shirt, additional shirts available for $10 each.
* Each Intern will be required to submit a research paper on a topic that pertains to the Exotic Animal Rescue Industry.
* Interns must read and sign liability release documents, study and pass a test on Lost Child Protocol and Animal Escape Procedures.
Stipends: $50.00 a week. Housing and utilities provdied. Transportation is necessary.
How to apply:
Forward resume and cover letter to above address or to email@example.com.
Applicants may call with questions 256-524-4150
Vitamins C, A, D, E, and B Complex Space heaters Contractor Hoses OR Please make a donation via paypal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=RF4XKD88DD8EC
Tigers for Tomorrow paypal link:
Untamed Saquatch is Tigers for Tomorrow's Mascot He appears out of no where, and enjoys participating in group tours with a some notice!
Contact unamtedmountain@gmail for more info