Thirty tigers need a little help with a new home and volunteers grabbed their gloves to build a new habitat in Eureka Springs.
"Some of the cats that we have, we're scheduled to be euthanized and we were like no don't do that we're coming," says says Ivy Cooper, the Volunteer coordinator at Turpentine Creek.
"Right now we have a group volunteers helping us kind of clean up and re-organize some of the supplies that we have."
"They've got over 450 plus acres, so they've got plenty of room to grow. Problem is they don't have time and money. That's where we come in," says volunteer Jason Phillips.
"What better time to spend, what little spare time we can make, than to come here and help," says Phillips.
"I want my children and my children's children to be able to see these beautiful cats. They're just a beautiful creation and when you look in their eyes you just fall in love with them," says Nancy Silvers, a volunteer.
"Cats aside, I think what really inspired my wife and I was the people," says Phillips.
"Even though we only come up here on the weekends when we can to volunteer, when we're here we're greeted as equals and that means a lot," says Phillips.