Wildheart Animal Sanctuary Webcams
You can now check in on your favourite Animals online! We have 8 cameras situated within the Lion, Tiger and Lynx enclosures, and they are running 24 hours a day!
All of these animal webcams are located at the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary in Sandown, on the Isle of Wight, UK.
Animal webcams are a great way to experience the nature from the comfort of your own home. These webcams provide live streaming video of our Lion and Lynx enclosures.
Before you continue – we need your help
We are excited to announce that we have two rescue tigers coming to their forever home at the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary in early February 2023.
Softi and Toph, two female tigers, have had incredibly tragic lives thus far. Bred in captivity in Italy, and then in October 2019 they were found in small crates in the back of a horse box starving, dehydrated, and covered in excrement bound for Russia to fates unknown. They were confiscated at the Belarussian border and have been cared for since at a Sanctuary in Spain, run by AAP.
We will be welcoming these two amazing animals, who have endured so much, into our home and into our hearts, to continue their rehabilitation and to live out their lives in peace.
New Webcams Online!!
Whilst the sanctuary is closed for January we are pleased to offer you 2 additional webcams for free, showing you the daily antics of our white lions Casper and Frosty and our two tigers, Zoppa and Natasha. We hope this goes some way to easing your withdrawal symptoms during this period of closure.
Casper & Frosty
Zoppa & Natasha
Did you know? One of our tigers, called “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.
Kumba & Vigo External
Kumba & Vigo Internal
Lynx External View 1
Lynx External View 2
In addition to being educational and entertaining, animal webcams can also play an important role in conservation efforts. Many organisations use webcams to monitor endangered species and their habitats, and to gather valuable data on their behaviour and population dynamics.
Modern science is constantly re-framing our perception of how animals think and feel. This only motivates us to try even harder to improve their well-being. Our animals benefit from the bespoke care of people who then become their friends and family.
One of our most treasured aims as a charity is to give safe and loving forever homes to big cats and other animals. These creatures have been abused in circuses and the pet trade all over the world. We rescue and help these animals through the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary. The sanctuary relies heavily on admissions and donations to run and any financial help whether big or small is really appreciated. Here are a few ways that you can help The Wildheart Trust in its fundraising efforts: