Honestly, I am extremelyput off by their website. Not only is it very lacking in information on areas I want most to explore—do they breed? Are all the animals even rescues?—but their information on some awareness issues are scant and even sound like they lean towards support.
They have pages on hybrids and white tigers, and while they go into the inbreeding of white tigers a little, they take a tone in the article that the incredibly unethical breeding of these animals may be justified by the inspiration they provide to the public. In the hybrids page, they do not discuss the health issues of ligers at all, just that they have reduced fertility, and they make a point that the breeding of pet hybrids like bengals brings money to the breeders. As if this justifies it.
The first thing that comes to mind when I look up this place is the mauling of Dianna Hanson over a year ago. She is pictured here:
Unprotected contact with a tiger, and it was a lion that killed her when she was in the cage with him by herself. Apparently protocol is to have 2-3 people in the cage at once, but this honestly makes no difference when one of these cats decides to attack.
So I do not gather anything but red flags from this place. They seem to try and hide these issues with conservation efforts, which are all well and good but the glaring issues in their own facility aren’t offset by that.