Big cats on show to the public

Hundreds of people will be visiting a cat sanctuary in Kent which has taken the unusual step of opening its doors to the public for four days.

Time to highlight plight of tigers

Tigers are enjoying the attention of hundreds of visitors at a specialist conservation centre near Headcorn in Kent.

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation is normally closed to the general public but has opened for four days to highlight the vital work they're doing - and the plight of big cats around the world. David Johns talked to Simon Jones, volunteer keeper, and Tanith Brown from Wildlife Heritage.

Thousands turn out to see lions and tigers

Hundreds of people will be visitng a cat sanctuary in Kent which has taken the unusual step of opening its doors to the public for four days.

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation looks after lions, tigers and other big cats. Last year there were miles of traffic queues as thousands turned out for its one day open day. This year tickets were only available online.

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