Friday, September 7, 2012

Our Week in Review

This has been a very busy week at In-Sync Exotics!  Let's recap, shall we?

Monday's blog posting is a twist on the traditional Labor Day holiday posting.  We didn't want to forget to recognize the contributions of our hard working dogs and cats.  To read our tribute to our furry friends, click HERE!

Did you see the exciting new video called "Swimming with Tigers" that premiered on Tuesday?  This video broke all previous In-Sync Exotics' video records, no small part due to our loyal fans!  Thank you very much for sharing this video with your friends, family, and co-workers.  To see this amazing video again, click HERE.

As you know, we love featuring our animals in our daily postings, and this week was no exception!  On Wednesday, we posed the question "Have you Met [our beautiful girl] Jynxie Yet?"  Jynxie was born at a sanctuary in 1998 in Mississippi where.... (Click HERE to read the rest of her story)

Did you know that big cats can have "tummy problems" too?  When our cats have tummy problems, they have TUMMY PROBLEMS, and so it's our job to make sure we identify and treat their problems.  We are currently treating two big cats with stomach problems... (click HERE to read the rest of the story)

Cheetahs' "Fast Track Habitat" Update!

We are very excited with the delivery of the stone material we're using for the cheetahs' new house!  Thanks to our kind donors, the cheetahs will soon enjoy a new habitat.  We are getting that much closer toward our big grand opening of this new area.  As soon as we have an idea when we'll be nearing completion of this project, we will let everyone know! 
RAZOO and Donor Bridge

Did you know that we need your help raising funds for five big cats requiring dental care?  (click HERE to see the RAZOO "Big Cats Need Dental Care Too") 
As you can imagine, our over enthusiastic tigers and lions love to play a little rough. Sometimes, a little too rough, resulting in fractured canine teeth! Our big cats' teeth serve an important function in their lives and it is beneficial to surgically save them.
Unfortunately, the type of surgery our big cats require is rather expensive. We need your help!

We have four tigers and one lion, requiring root canal therapy and one tiger requiring root canal therapy and a tooth extraction. Our vet has examined all five big cats to ensure their broken canines did not pose an immediate health risk. Even still our vet recommends our big cats undergo root canal therapy as soon as possible in order to avoid possible future infections.
We would like to thank the 15 donors who contributed $960 towards our goal of $10,000.  We have a ways to go before we reach our $10k, but we are hopeful that we'll raise enough funds to take our cats to veterinarian who specializes in exotic cat dental care before Thanksgiving.  Won't you help our big cats receive the dental care they need?  A minimum donation of $10 will definitely help, so please consider making a kind donation today! Thank you!
This year, we plan to apply the matching funds from the Donor Bridge towards our cats' dental care.  To learn more about the Donor Bridge event, please click HERE
We hope you enjoyed this week's blog posting and will join us again next week for more informative, funny, and interesting blog postings of our wild ones! Remember, we are open for tours Thursday - Friday, so we look forward to your visit! Be safe and have a great weekend!


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