Explore our Animal Webcams 24/7!

We now have 10 webcams available to view throughout the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary in our Tiger, Lion and Lynx habitats. All of these webcams have been provided through generous donations from our supporters and sponsors. These are provided free to view, but there is a cost us to maintain these on a monthly basis, so if you are able please donate to support the ongoing care, every donation no matter how small helps – see link below.!

Softi and Toph Webcams Now Live!

Huge thanks to all of those who donated, our partners and sponsors:


Tiger Cams

We have four tiger cams here at the Sanctuary, two in Natasha and Zoppa's habitat, and two in Softi and Toph's enclosure.

We focus on excellent animal welfare; offering a safe forever home to abused animals; conservation by protecting areas of natural tiger habitat in the wild, and education by inspiring you, our wonderful visitors, to care about efforts to protect them.


Natasha & Zoppa

Did you know?  Zoppa carries a noticeable limp on her front leg.  Many of our animals carry physical or emotional scars from their previous life, but rest assured she is in very good hands. Her injury is a permanent disability but she has adapted to it and lives a very good life. Find out more.


Softi & Toph

After a long wait, Softi and Toph finally arrived at their forever home here at Wildheart Animal Sanctuary at the end of April 2023. In October 2019 they were found in small crates in the back of a horse box starving, dehydrated, and covered in excrement bound. They were confiscated at the Belarussian border and we're incredibly pleased to have been able to offer these two amazing animals a forever home here at the Sanctuary. Find out more.

Softi & Toph Webcams generously sponsored by:

Lion Cams

We have four lion cams, one in Kumba and Vigo's habitat and one in their bedroom, and two in Casper and Frosty's enclosure (one is currently being repaired).

Kumba & Vigo

Vigo joined us in February 2019 with his brother Kumba. After a very difficult background in a travelling circus they were rescued by AAP. We feel incredibly lucky to have these two with us. Both Vigo and his brother were castrated before they turned one year old, which has meant that they have not developed manes. The other result has been that they have grown incredibly large! Find out more.

Casper & Frosty

Casper and Frosty came to the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary from West Midlands Safari Park. When the dynamics of the existing lion group there started to pose potential safety problems they needed a safe forever home. Of course, we were more than happy to oblige! Casper is often to be seen atop his favourite rock, surveying the scene below like a true king. On occasion, Frosty likes to demonstrate her playful streak by waiting until Casper is resting, then sneaking up and annoying him! Find our more.

Eurasian Lynx Cams

Daenerys, Nymeria and Tyrion

We have three amazing Eurasian Lynx here at the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary which were in desperate need of a new home fast. Named after characters from Game of Thrones, our family consists of mum Daenerys, daughter Nymeria and son Tyrion. They arrived in November 2020 and have now found their forever home here. They are secretive and like to hide away. Although they live as a family group, Lynx are solitary in the wild so we give them plenty of space and hiding places to get away from each other when they want to.Daenerys was born in Norway in 2012, she’s quite laid back but will remind her offspring who’s in charge when she needs to! Tyrion and Nymeria were born in Wales in 2016, and Tyrion loves sitting up on his lookout tower, and is very greedy. Find out more.

In addition to being educational and entertaining, animal webcams can also play an important role in conservation efforts. Like us, many organisations use webcams to monitor species and their habitats, and to gather valuable data on their behaviour and population dynamics whether that be in the wild or in captivity.

How you can help us?

One of our most treasured aims as a charity is to give safe and loving forever homes to rescued big cats and other animals. These creatures have been abused in circuses and the pet trade all over the world. The Sanctuary relies heavily on admissions and donations to support our animals and any financial help whether big or small is really appreciated. We understand that not everyone is able to help us financially, so here are a few ways that you can help The Wildheart Sanctuary in our efforts:


Visit the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary and see for yourself the difference we are making to the lives of our rescued animals and find out how their wild relatives are adapting to life with an ever increasing human population.

Adopt one of our animals. This can be done through our Adoptions page or from direct from our shop at the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary.

As a charity we rely on donations to support the vital work that we do. There are a number of ways you can help us:- make a donation online, arrange your own fundraiser on JustGiving. Please contact us for a fundraising pack.

Become a volunteer at the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary. For more information please email our volunteer coordinator at volunteers@wildheartanimalsanctuary.org.

Book an animal experience with us – this is a guaranteed way of meeting our animals up close and personal alongside one of our animal carers.