Through grants and donations, Turpentine Creek has raised enough cash to transport the five remaining big cats from a private home near Mountainburg to their new home in Eureka Springs.
KNWA first told you about the on-going rescue efforts back in November.
The money raised is enough to bring all 30 cats to Turpentine Creek and to build them each a private, 1,000-square-foot enclosure, but there's more work to do.
The refuge still hopes to build a large, 5,000-square-foot habitat with room for the cats to stretch their legs.
The project has a price tag of $7,000, so Turpentine Creek is asking for your help.
If you'd like to donate, CLICK HERE!
Photo courtesy: Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge