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Exotic Feline Breeding Compound, Inc.

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Home to over 70 of the world's most endangered felines, EFBC's Feline Conservation Center is a breeding zoo and research facility.

Children and cat lovers of all ages are fascinated by our cats (and the peacocks). We are open to the public Thursday to Tuesday, 10 am-4 pm (closed Wednesdays, Christmas day, Thanksgiving day, and the day of Feline Follies). There is an admission charge of $5 general, $4 seniors 60+, $3 age 3-12, free under age 3.

Most of the compound is open for visitors to wander around at their own pace. Informative plaques describe the cat species in detail, and docents are available to answer your questions. Unlike a zoo, the FCC has no moats between you and the animals. Visitors can get as close as 5 feet away from these beautiful (but dangerous) cats. Some parts of the compound are not open to the public. For example, we try to keep some of the smaller, high-strung species of cats in quieter areas. And some of the older cages do not have safety fences in front of them - for legal reasons, we are not allowed to have anyone under 18 years old in those areas. That is why only part of the compound is open to general visitors. Until our new tiger cages are complete, the tigers are NOT on display during the day. During Twilight Tours the entire facility is available for viewing.

In 1990 the American Association of Zookeepers (AAZK) bestowed their Meritorious Achievement Award on EFBC's all-Volunteer Staff in recognition of their outstanding service.

Current Feline Residents EFBC/FCC's 70+ feline residents include 18 species: tiger, jaguar, fishing cat, serval, pallas' cat, caracal, ocelot, bobcat, Eurasian lynx, Canada lynx, Geoffroy's cat, margay, jaguarundi, jungle cat, cougar, clouded leopard, snow leopard, and 4 subspecies of leopards.


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Organization Information

Exotic Feline Breeding Compound, Inc.
3718 60TH ST W
ROSAMOND, CA 93560

Phone
(661) 256-3793

Web
http://www.cathouse-fcc.org

Email
cathouse@qnet.com

Mission
Home to over 70 of the world's most endangered felines, EFBC's Feline Conservation Center is a breeding zoo and research facility.

EIN 953808610

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