EFBC's Feline Conservation Center

The Feline Conservation Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) wild feline breeding facility. Natural habitat cages offer close-up viewing of some of the world’s rarest cats. We are located in Rosamond, California, just over an hour’s drive north of Los Angeles on Highway 14 (the Antelope Valley freeway).   EFBC/FCC houses more than 70 wild cats ranging in size from the diminutive sand cat to larger species such as leopards, tigers, and jaguars. Visit EFBC/FCC and learn more about some of nature’s most majestic creatures

The Feline Conservation Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) wild feline breeding facility. Natural habitat cages offer close-up viewing of some of the world’s rarest cats. We are located in Rosamond, California, just over an hour’s drive north of Los Angeles on Highway 14 (the Antelope Valley freeway).   EFBC/FCC houses more than 70 wild cats ranging in size from the diminutive sand cat to larger species such as leopards, tigers, and jaguars. Visit EFBC/FCC and learn more about some of nature’s most majestic creatures

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