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Plea from animal sanctuary: Don't let the bears hurt the cats


The bad economy is sure to take a toll on all sorts of charitable fundraising, including for animal-rescue programs.

For instance, ticket sales for Saturday's fifth annual fundraiser for Lions, Tigers and Bears have been slow. The 93-acre facility outside Alpine in eastern San Diego County has 13 big cats and a variety of smaller creatures.

Organizers have sent out a final plea for the Saturday event: Don't let the Wall Street bears hurt the big cats.

Tickets are $90 for adults, $25 for children 12 and under. Go to www.lionstigersandbears.org for more information.

-- Tony Perry in San Diego

Photo: Tigers at the Lions, Tigers and Bears rescue facility.

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Lions, Tigers & Bears is an incredible experience. The exciting fundraiser gives adults-- and kids-- the chance to enjoy the beauty of rural San Diego county while visiting with some of nature's magnificent Big Cats who often roar and play to the delight of all. The food is excellent and the auctions items are tempting-- See you there... and bring your camera!

The humane people affiliated with Lions, Tigers and Bears are very classy. I hope they surive amid these dire financial times.


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