By Susan Korgul
The Central Florida Animal Reserve is a big cat & wildlife sanctuary focused on effective stewardship and meaningful relationships with our animal residents and educating the public at large.
They have most recently moved from Brevard County to their new home in Osceola, and now the animals have a more bigger and beautiful place to call home. I was fortunate enough to sit down with CEO and Senior Vice President Dr. K Simba Wiltz and discuss the new Reserve,as well as opening it up to the public for tours and volunteering.
To find out more about the Central Florida Animal Reserve, take a listen below. You can learn more about some of the activities you can participate in as well as family and behind the scenes tours, and donations here.