Based out of Little Rock the group raised just over 9 hundred dollars at a book signing for a collection of their short stories.
Fundraising efforts started earlier this week and they've already raised 8 thousand dollars to help move the animals at river glen tiger sanctuary to turpentine creek in eureka springs .
KNWA has been following this story here in Northwest Arkansas as Turpentine Creek moves 30 tigers, 2 cougars and 2 leopards.
Here's a link to our previous stories:
Mountainburg Woman Calls for Help With 30 Tigers
Turpentine Creek Rescuing 30 Tigers From NWA Home
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