Wildlife Center Closing Due To Ill Owner, Refuge Steps In To Take Over

CALHAN, Colo. (CBS4) – A zoo in El Paso County is closing and a wildlife refuge in Arkansas is now stepping in to take care of the animals.

(credit: Serenity Springs Wildlife Center)

(credit: Serenity Springs Wildlife Center)

The Serenity Springs Wildlife Center is located in the town Calhan. The owner is sick and can no longer take care of the animals.

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The Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge has purchased the center and plans to keep about 32 cats. It will find new homes for all the other animals.

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