10 am - 4 pm
There is a charge for scheduled tours. For nonprofit groups/schools the admission/tour charge is $4 per person (any age), $60 minimum. For other groups you pay regular admission fees ($75 minimum) and a $25 tour guide fee.
VIP behind-the-scenes tours are available starting at $500
Call (661) 256-3793, weekdays except Wednesday, 10am-4pm Pacific time a few days (or more) before you visit, to schedule a tour (time slots between 10:30 am to 2:30 pm).
Home to over 70 of the world's most endangered felines, EFBC's Feline Conservation Center is a breeding zoo and research facility. Founded in Rosamond, California in 1977, we are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization run entirely on public donations. Our federal tax ID number is 95-3808610. You can read financial information and donate online through Guidestar. If you're a US government employee, you can donate with payroll deductions through the CFC program - select cause #28504. Admission fees and renewable yearly memberships are our main form of support. Financial summaries are also printed in the December newsletter each year.
By donating to EFBC's Feline Conservation Center you can be sure your contributions will be used in the areas where they will do the most good. For every dollar donated, 94 cents goes toward our breeding, research, educational outreach programs as well as upkeep and improvements around the center. Few charities can claim such a milestone! EFBC is now ranked in the top 1% of all US non-profit charitable organizations, for the best management of funds used in support of our mission statement versus general overhead and administrative expenses. You can also check out EFBC's exceptional rating at Guidestar, the on-line resource for rating and reviewing non-profit organizations for reliability and responsibility
We have been featured on Animal Explorations with Jarod Miller, in articles in local newspapers, Westways magazine, and the February 2011 Cat Fancy magazine.