Timara was rescued early this year from a non-compliant roadside zoo in Ohio where all the animals were in desperate shape. Pat Craig and the team from The Wild Animal Sanctuary got a call from the USDA saying that a large number of animals were going to be seized because of health conditions at the facility where they lived—starvation, open wounds, untreated infections—so they got their gear together and drove from Colorado to Ohio to rescue them.

— at The Wild Animal Sanctuary