Adding in this from the first photo.
This is the white tiger at Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls. For some reason she has taken a shine to me and everytime I come she as you can see literally bounces off the wall. She follows me and if I move around she runs and bounces. Everyone we've talked to have said she is always sleeping or depressed. When I come I always try to get her happy and active to make everyone's experience better. In hopes that they either donate or talk about it on social media.
The park is free to go to and other then animal feed for a quarter and peafowl feathers for a few dollars and snack/soda machines they live off donations. Majority of the donations have been successful by giving people stone paths that they engrave. The more they donate the larger the stones. Businesses and individuals have bought hundreds of stones.
They actually in the past 10 years have made more improvements then the previous 50. All due to a pregnant black bear. When she got pregnant they got tough and got going. That's when they got the idea for the bricks. With that they now have 3 somewhat modern areas where as before everything but the prairie dogs, deer, and bison were concrete. After that they had 3 new habitats made with fake stones to climb on and stone ground and climbing stuff and sand and grass patches and waterfalls and hay bedding. Then they had a miracle and one of the bison babies born were albino. Which brought in more donations and they got the two tigers Lilly and Lulu. Both female Bengal Tigers. One is white and one is orange. With the donations and mass amount of people coming from all over to see the tigers they were able to get Zebra's and Emu's. This year they got a cool owl and Spotted Hyena's and Gray Fox, and Iguana's and started building on the unused land which was plentiful and I assume in the next 2 years the zoo will be come amazing all because in a concrete and iron bar cage with poo 2 bears were still able to mate and bring forth life. Now slowly and surely there is only a few concrete floors left. The original bear den, the barn, and a few of the smaller animals may have some. Everything else has been made wood chips, dirt, fake stone, grass, and sand.
You may use this image to create your own deviations as long as it is non graphic, and non-profit and you link me to this. That means you can use this image for commercial work aslong as you are a charity or the money goes to charity. All of my images are taken in wisconsin. Accept for dogs, cats, and small birds all my images were taken at the Irvine Park Zoo in Chippewa Falls Wisconsin.