They have over 60 cats that they house, feed, and provide medical care for the rest of the cat's life.

The girls and I visited In-Sync Exotics with some friends we met at Lakeland RV Ranch for an Easter Egg Hunt. In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue & Educational Center became a nonprofit in 2000. In-Sync helps felines rescued from breeding and entertainment facilities and private owners who could no longer care for their pets. They don’t buy, sell, trade, or breed cats. 

This was a fun event because it was an Easter Egg Hunt, so the cats received special treats. It was fun to walk around and watch each cat get its treat.  

They have over 60 cats that they house, feed, and provide medical care for the rest of the cat’s life. They also provide education for the public by allowing people to visit their sanctuary. Each cat enclosure has an employee available for questions on attributes and characteristics, the need for more vital legislation, and the realities of exotic wild animal ownership and captive breeding.

Kylie also had the great privilege of being sprayed by one of the white tigers. HAHA! Not very many people can say that happened to them.