Snow Leopard arrived March 4
Snow Leopard arrived February 24
Snow Leopard arrived February 26
Sand Cat arrived January 22
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Twilight Tour April 25 2015
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EFBC's Feline Conservation Center, also known as the Cat House, is located in Rosamond, California. Cat lovers of all ages who discover this desert zoo/wildlife museum north of Los Angeles are surprised and amazed at the variety of wild cat species found here. We are dedicated to the protection and preservation of the world's endangered felines.
EFBC/FCC is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) institution. Our federal tax ID number is 95-3808610. Volunteers are always needed, 18 and older, no experience necessary. Limited internships are also available. EFBC/FCC is open to the public from 10 am until 4 pm. We are closed Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and the day of our Feline Follies in August. To visit, follow the directions on the map to EFBC/FCC in Rosamond, CA. There is an admission charge of $7 general, $6 seniors 60+, $5 age 3-12. Members and adoptive parents receive free admission. You can also direct a donation to a special project. Use this form to become a member and help support our efforts!
It's poppy season! Plan a visit to the Antelope Valley Poppy reserve and swing by to see the cats too!
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Watch for us on Animal Explorations with Jarod Miller, which has filmed several segments here