We rescue and relocate tigers from abusive or vulnerable facilities to true sanctuaries, for lifetime care in a safe home. We support genetic research for anti-trafficking in tigers and tiger parts.
We are an all-volunteer nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City.
They Have Not Lost Their Ability to Fascinate and We Should Not Lose Our Ability to Care.
|2011||18 tigers killed on a farm in Zanesville Ohio|
|2012||7 tigers rescued from failed roadside zoo in Texas|
TIA begins research and documenting
|2013||28 tigers rescued from a breeder in Arkansas|
|2014||TIA identifies best tiger sanctuaries in the country|
|2015||TIA funds rescues and builds enclosures|
|2016||TIA shuts down Colorado breeder 75 tigers rescued|
TIA expands scope (Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Cougars, Jaguars)
|2017||TIA joins Animal Grantmakers|
|2017||TIA begins genetics project|
|2018||First air rescue – from Saipan Zoo|
|2019||Shutdown Wildlife Waystation – largest roadside in country|
TIA expands scope (Bears and Wolves)
|2020||Shutdown Joe Exotic (Tiger King)|
TIA expands scope (all animals)
|2021||TIA expands scope (international) Europe, Southeast Asia|
|2022||Shutdown Doug Terranova – 9 tigers|
Largest supplier of tiger acts for traveling circuses
|2022||International rescues: Thailand, Argentina, Romania, Canada, Ukraine|