Vicky Keahey, In-Sync Exotics In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center Wylie, Texas 75098
The vision for In-Sync Exotics started in 1998 and was officially established in 2000. As a non-profit organization we are dedicated to the rescue of neglected, abused and unwanted exotic felines. It is our dream that one day there will be no need for rescue facilities, but until that day happens, we will continue to educate the public on the unique attributes and characteristics of our residents; the realities of irresponsible and/or illegal exotic wild animal ownership and captive breeding; and the need for stronger and enforceable legislation against those who abuse exotic wild animals.

By visiting schools, churches, organizations, etc., through our Community Outreach Program we hope to educate as many people as possible on the work we do, and the amazing animals in our care. As part of our goal of educating the public, we offer scheduled group tours 7 days a week.

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In-Sync Exotics Involved With Biggest Big Cat Rescue in U.S. History
Multiple Accredited / TIA Sanctuaries Collaborate to Rescue 110 Big Cats and Bears in Colorado

Wylie, Texas (October 14, 2016) – In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Educational Center (ISE) is an accredited, non-profit exotic cat sanctuary. Founded in 2000, ISE has a long-standing history of working to not only save big cats, but also educate the public about the struggles of big cats in captivity.

On September 21, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge (TCWR), in partnership with Tigers in America (TIA), purchased the property and equipment of a Colorado based animal facility, who’s owner was in ill health and wanted to ensure the well-being of the 110 animals on the property. He donated the animals, which included more than 70 tigers, to TCWR with the understanding that they would put the welfare of the animals first. Many of the animals from Colorado are in need of veterinary care and an enormous amount of work needs to be done before winter comes to Colorado in earnest. 

So far, cats have been moved to TCWR in Arkansas, Carolina Tiger Rescue (CTR) in North Carolina, and eight cats and two lemurs to In-Sync Exotics in Wylie, Texas. TIA has committed to placing and transporting the remainder of the animals who need new forever homes to the best big cat sanctuaries in the U.S. In-Sync will be accepting nine more tigers in the coming weeks.

The goal is to downsize the Colorado facility as fast as possible to be able to manage the animals as winter sets in, in Colorado. 

This is an enormous undertaking and the cooperation and generosity of the animal sanctuary community cannot be overstated. This is an unprecedented showing of sanctuaries working together to make sure no big cat or exotic animal will be left behind. Thank you all!