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Eureka Springs is known as a tourist destination. It’s a funky mountain town with many fun surprises. It is here, nestled in the Ozark Mountains that a monkey will befriend 34 tigers on March 13, 2013. Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a nationally acclaimed sanctuary for abandoned exotic animals and has recently undertaken a challenging project to make it home for 34 more large cats currently living in Mountainburg County. With over 100 big cats already living at TCWR, the need for additional housing/cages for the new rescues is now an emergency. Here is where a six pound monkey enters the story.
Frankie, a talented Capuchin monkey, wants to help the Tigers!
Intrigue Theater, now in its third season in Eureka Springs, will welcome Frankie to the stage on March 13th for a fundraising show. Door profits from the show on Saturday March 13th at 8 p.m. will go directly to Turpentine Creek to help secure housing for the 34 big cats from Mountainburg County.
Learn more about Frankie, the March fundraising show and Intrigue Theater.
Keep up with what is happening at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
Buy your tickets to see the big cats at Turpentine Creek online!
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