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Wild Things Animal Rentals Inc., Salinas

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  • We were impressed with the clean, well cared for animals. The tour guild was interesting and answered all questions. We were told a little about each resident and each animal was respected, no pressur...  more »
  • We enjoyed our visit to this zoo/ sanctuary. Rusty our tour guide was very informative. We only saw animals who wanted to be seen. We paid extra to feed Butch the elephant carrots because I adore elep...  more »
  • A while ago, Charles brought his lion, Joseph, to our TV show 'Touched by an Angel' and I got to take a picture with this beautiful lion....then Charles invited us to Wild Things and a tour....where w...  more »
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  • Great place to visit, bring the kids or go alone. Friendly informational staff. Happy we stopped in kids were very pleased. Would love to come back. One thing though, it's a walking tour so if u can't walk a lot then u might want to bring a scooter or wheel chair, wagon or stroller or something.
  • If you're like me and you love, appreciate, and respect animals, I suggest that you do some research on this place before a visit. I have studied and cared for wild and domestic animals for over thirty years, and my honest, professional, and unbiased opinion of the Monterey Zoo is that it is nothing more than a road-side menagerie. At best, it is primitive, thoughtless, and inhumane when it comes to providing the kind physical and emotional care these animals need and rightly deserve. First of all, for the animals housed in cages (including the lonesome parrot who resides in a corner of the lobby/office), their habitat is nothing more than a tiny prison cell, complete with cement floors, little privacy, void of stimulation (except for the onlookers staring at them), no vegetation, and very little shade for some of them - just a painfully sad and lonely existence for these poor creatures. Most of the animals I observed displayed neurosis: pacing and rocking back and forth, lethargy, and, of course, a deep sadness. When it came to the elephants, ostrich, zebra, and the two accompanying water buffalo it was apparent that they suffer the same emotional distress as the animals that are caged. The corral that these large animals occupy and share is, again, inadequate in size, lacks enough shade, and their water hole is virtually non existent - what a miserable life for these precious animals. Perhaps when California measure SB 1062 goes into effect January 1, 2018, which bans the use of bullhooks on elephants, this place will be forced to shut down. The bottom line is that the owner does not love these animals - he has merely found a way to exploit them.
  • Great place to board you pet, the people there love you animals as if they were your own.
  • My daughter and I stayed at this place . I do not drive so my friend drove us. I am currently disabled and they had me walk to the bungalow that was out of the way of the office on to the road about 2 blocks away. I asked if they could drive me which they said they were I understaffed. Also my daughter left her laptop there and didn't realize till we got home . We called and they said call back tomorrow which I did. I have been calling ever since and leaving voicemails.And also have been emailing them. Plus there is NO restaurant close if you don't drive so they should have maybe a vending machine with snacks. And no one delivers besides round table I won't be staying there again
  • What a GREAT experience! I reviewed other post before coming and came prepared. It was a cold night here-low 40s to the 30s-so while out for dinner, we got extra blankets. It was a waste... by the middle of the night, we were all hot and kicking off the blankets. We had the mattress pads on and the two heaters going, our room got very warm. We even got the feeling of being on a Safari, when the Lion started calling in the night at some local wildlife that came to howl on the compound. My family did the normal tour and bedtime experience. My daughter, who loves elephants, got to not only experience a dream but they came to give her breakfast and have a private visit with the elephant the next day.