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Tigers For Tomorrow

708 County Road 345

Tigers For Tomorrow Exotic Animal Preserve, Inc. 

was founded in July of 1999, for the sole purpose of creating a safe haven for exotic animals in need of a permanent home.

Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain is a non-profit 501-c-3 exotic animal park and rescue preserve, home to over 140 animals including  tigers, mountain lions, African lions, bears, wolves and black leopards. As a last stop preserve, the animals that come to live with us remain here for the rest of their lives. Located on 140 acres in Dekalb County, Alabama, Untamed Mountain, home of Tigers for Tomorrow, is open to the public as a premier exotic animal park and rescue, and family recreational destination, providing environmental educational programming to the community and tourists of North Alabama.

Tigers for Tomorrow was founded by a group of like-minded individuals who recognized and understood that a lack of regulations regarding the breeding of exotic animals had created a huge surplus of animals that were falling into the wrong hands. It was apparent then that many of these animals would find themselves in situations of abuse and neglect. It was also obvious that there were limited formal and informal environmental programs being offered to children, the future caretakers of our world.



To establish and build a rescue facility that will uphold the highest standards of care and respect for exotic animals in need of a secure permanent home, creating a public awareness center to be utilized as an educational tool.

TFT will illustrate how to have a respectable healthy relationship with all animals. We will take you with us on rescues; let the animals tell you their stories. Offer information and articles on the exotic animal industry, and let you make up your own mind. TFT invites you now to join us on our journey. Get involved… Your financial contributions can help save the lives of many exotic animals. If you cannot help support our cause financially, it doesn’t mean you can’t help. Visit our web site, learn more about the great need for exotic animal preserves like ours. In the twenty-first century, Tigers For Tomorrow intends to not only capture hearts but open your minds as well. Join us on a journey to a new age of awareness.


Laurie Dworak

Sunday, July 1, 2018
You get a more up close experience with the animals than you do at zoos. Plus it's less crowded. The animals look healthy and well cared for. One of the tigers was playing plastic barrel the way my house cats play a toy mouse! You aren't allowed to bring in cameras or cellphones except for certain days. Check their website for specifics.

Hopeadoodle 902

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Amazing experience. I went on a field trip here. The lion, tiger, and bears...oh my, looked like they were very much so cared for. Everyone seemed to know a lot about these animals. Definitely recommend bringing your family. Also note that these animals are generations of captive animals. They have no idea what the “wild” is.


Friday, June 29, 2018
Very nice place. There are more animals than just tigers such as bears, lions, wolves, farm animals, zebras, camels, other types of wild cats. The workers were friendly and I'd definitely go back. The cages aren't giant (but of course enough room to live) so you can get a nice view of the animals.

Kelly Elrod

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Really enjoyed walking around with my husband and our grandson looking at all the animals. They weren't very active but it was hot the day we went. My grandson and I loved feeding the goats, my husband not so much 😂 they have a sink with soap where you can wash up afterwards also.

Tricia Smith

Monday, June 4, 2018
The most genuine and caring people you will ever meet. With this being said it is a bit pricey...keep in mind though that they house, feed, staff and care for these animals well being. Definitely something well worth the money.

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