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Angry tigers are all the rage these days, from the 400-pounder holed up in Harlem to the stressed-out kitty that went postal on Siegfriedís Roy. Itís clear that a tigerís place is in the wild... not a housing project or the MGM Mirage. How do you help the beasts that already call America home? These rescue organizations care for big cats and other maligned mammals:



Keepers of the Wild cares for abused lions and tigers.

Keepers of the Wild Nature Park
A Wildlife Sanctuary
The Heart of Route 66
13441 E. Hwy 66
Valentine
AZ 86437

Tel: 928-769-1800

For donation information go to www.keepersofthewild.org.



With more than 40 species represented and more critters than it can count, the East Coast Exotic Animal Rescue in Gettysburg, Pa., is "always a cage short and a dollar shy." Check out its site at www.eastcoastrescue.org to donate.

Bears, black leopards and 600 monkey cousins kick around campus at Primarily Primates, the west Texas animal-rehab spot. On the Web: www.primarilyprimates.org.

Fame is fickle. Llamas arenít the 'it' pack animal anymore. But North Carolina-based Southeast Llama Rescue still cares. It finds mistreated llamas friendly homes. Donate online: www.southeastllamarescue.org.

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