If we want to continue to see Lions and Tigers in the wild we must look after them. Enjoy reading “Indy meets the lions” and think about their cousins in the wild.
(Dame Judi Dench)
All big cats are coming under threat from hunting, pollution, climate change and habitat loss. The Big Cat sanctuary makes an important start with its protected breeding programme. Katherine Reynolds (author)
A truly heart-warming story about a young Tiger called Indy who grew-up with two young lions, brother and sister, Turkana and Mana, at Paradise Wildlife Park. Giles Clark(BBC Wildlife Presenter)
A sweet and lovely story of an unlikely friendship between a tiger and two lions. This is a wonderful introduction for children to the wonders of big cats. Britt Collins (Journalist and Author)
Tigers are becoming extinct in the wild. A world without them prowling through the forest of the night is sadly not unthinkable. Indy was fortunate to have lived much of her life at Paradise Wildlife Park. Enjoy her adventures.
Chris Packham – Wildlife Presenter
I thoroughly enjoyed working with Indy on Jonathan Creek Enjoy her adventures. Indy is a real star.
Stuart Milligan – Adam Klaus in Jonathan Creek
Tigers are an endangered species because of human activity. Sadly, there are more tigers held in captivity than living wild – like Indy, with her indomitable spirit and insatiable curiosity.
Miriam Moss – Children’s author
A very descriptive book filled with colourful pictures and easy to follow text. The Indy Film Star picture book gives a tiger’s view of events, inspired by Martin’s real life adventures with these magnificent animals. Also included are some very interesting bullet point facts about big cats for children to learn.
Jake Wood – Max in EastEnders
Learning to love tigers is the first step in wanting to save them. Indy’s adventure will inspire a whole young generation to get out there and make a difference.