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Michael Jackson's Tigers Could Face Danger As Preserve Refuses To Evacuate

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Michael Jackson’s tigers might be in some serious trouble!

Shambala Preserve – which houses 2 of Michael Jackson’s tigers — is ignoring mandatory evacuation orders as the wildfires in California contain to blaze on.

Actress Tippi Hedren, founder and president of Shambala Preserve in Acton, Calif., said that evacuating her 100 wild animals wouldn’t be prudent since they aren’t in imminent danger.

“We have a very, very good plan with the fire department,” Hedren said to FOX News. “We will stay where we are, let the fire department do their job and we will do ours.”

Other animal sanctuaries in the area have already been evacuated, including Animal Acres.

On a side note: VCA Animal Hospital facilities located near the fire are offering free boarding for companion animals whose families have been evacuated or displaced as a result of the current firestorms.  To get a list of all the VCA Animal Hospitals in your area visit VCAPets.com.

More on the status of the Shambala Preserve as we learn it.

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