By Miriam Raftery
June 15, 2015 (San Diego’s East County ) – Looking for some exotic ideas to delight dear old Dad this Father’s Day (Sunday, June 21st)?
Lions, Tigers and Bears has some ideas to make Dad feel like king of the jungle.—from being “Keeper for a Day” to feeding a big cat or bear of Dad’s choice – all to benefit this exotic animal rescue facility in Alpine.'Feed a Wild One' Experience. Help Dad get in touch with his wild side this Father's Day by gifting him the ultimate Feeding experience. This experience includes a member for a day visit and the opportunity to feed a big cat or bear of your choice.
- 'Keeper for a Day' Experience. Has your Dad always dreamed of caring for his wild, four legged children of the animal world? Then the 'Keeper of the Day' experience is the ultimate gift for him! Click here to learn more.
- Give the gift of membership to LTB. Surprise your dad with the gift that keeps on giving. An annual membership to LTB starts at $50 and allows unlimited visits to the sanctuary for an entire year. Or opt for the 'From the Heart' membership includes an Exclusive Behind the Scenes Visit. This private, guided visit offers the opportunity to feed ALL of the rescued big cats and bears!
- Honorary Adoption. Honor your Dad this Father's Day by symbolically adopting one of the many rescued animals of LTB. This unique gift idea is purrfect way to celebrate. Click here to adopt an animal in Dad’s name.
Choose a Cruise. Jump aboard a Princess Cruise booked this week, June 15-22, through Zoe's Cruises & Tours and you can support Lions, Tigers and Bears and receive an onboard coupon worth up to $325 in shipboard products and services, a reduced deposit of $100 a person, and special bonuses include daily gifts, onboard events and more. Booking through Zoe’s also helps the McCrea Trust continue to fund animal welfare organizations including Lions, Tigers and Bears. Upcoming departures out of San Francisco include tours to Hawai, Mexico, Alaska and a coastal cruise complete with visit to Lions, Tigers and Bears while in port in San Diego. www.zoescruises.com
For more information on Lions, Tigers and Bears, visit www.lionstigersandbears.org