Which Animal Sanctuary Do Khloe & Kendall Visit On 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians'? You Can Help The Black Jaguar-White Tiger Too
You know when you just want to get away and forget about all the stress at home, and you land yourself at a Mexican animal sanctuary filled with large cats like jaguars, tigers, and lions? Yeah, me neither, but the Kardashians do. On Keeping Up With the Kardashians , Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian go to an animal sanctuary in Mexico to spend some time with a group of beautiful rescue animals. While there were a few thrills involving Khloe getting backed against a fence with several lions and tigers approaching her, overall it was a wonderful experience for the sisters (and Corey Gamble. Don't forget Corey.)
After the experience, Khloe said, “I think I’m one with the animals and I think they feel my love." Do you feel like that with the large cats you encounter in your daily life? If you want to get involved in the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation, where Khloe and Kendall visited, then you can! And, you don't have to book a trip to Mexico with your mom's boyfriend to do so. It's really a win-win situation.
According to the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation's website, the foundation was founded just a few years ago but has made an extraordinary difference in the lives of 180 (and counting) big felines. The founder, Eduardo Serio, first rescued a black jaguar baby from a life of captivity, and it resulted in close to two hundred felines being rescued by the foundation.
While it's great that the Kardashian/Jenner (and Gamble) family is bringing attention to the foundation, they can always use the help of those passionate about animals. Their website details a few different methods of supporting the foundation, and most of it can be done with a click of the computer.
If you want to donate to the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation, you can make a one-time donation, via PayPal, for as much as you'd like. If you want to commit more to the foundation, they also offer recurring monthly donations on their website that come with a variety of incentives, along with the assurance that sponsors are helping ensure good, care, and services for the "angels" at the foundation.
Starting at just $25 a month and topping off at $1,000 a month, each sponsor amount comes with different gifts. At $25 a month, in addition to knowing you're helping the foundation grow and succeed with your donation, sponsors also receive a certificate of sponsorship. If you choose the $500 a month sponsorship level or more, you will get to FaceTime with your baby, which I really think is well worth it.
The Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation is currently working on creating a volunteer program, but until then, there really is no shortage of ways to help.