Top Smartest Animals

Our land is full of miracles populated with wonderful creatures doing their own way and instincts to survive. Many of the animal abilities, skills and behaviors have been studied and adopted by people. Animals was are good companions to work together in daily ventures.


Dogs more intelligent then cats

Researchers of animal intelligence scientists argue that dogs are smarter than cats. These studies were made on the basis at Oxford University. They have analyzed the brain size of different groups of animals how they have evolved over the past 60 million years. The brains of monkeys grew the most over time, followed by horses, dolphins, camels and dogs.


Some Facts About Dolphins

Dolphins can swim up to 260m above the surface of the ocean, though they are mostly shallow divers. Dolphins may be up to fifteen minutes under water though they usually stay only some a few minutes diving.


The Siberian cat breed

The Siberian cat breed has been present for many years in Russia. This ancient breed of cat is the ancestor of many long-haired cat breed today. This cat have unique triple fur and a moderately long and muscular body. They are very flexible and can jump and gallop at high altitudes.


Pharaoh Hound breed standard

General Appearance is one of grace, power and speed. The Pharaoh Hound is medium sized, of noble bearing with hard clean-cut lines-graceful, well balanced, very fast with free easy movement and alert expression.


Ziggy's Haven Bird Sanctuary

Ziggy's Haven Bird Sanctuary, a not for profit 501(c)3 parrot rescue organization. Ziggy's Haven does not buy, sell or breed parrots nor do we adopt birds out to those that do. Ziggy's Haven is a No Kill shelter.

Though Ziggy's Haven does not recommend keeping exotic animals as pets, we do support RESPONSIBLE ownership of these animals which includes exceptional care, habitats built above and beyond the minimum requirements with plenty of enrichment and of course educated guardians.

The animals residing at Ziggy's Haven need your help. Donations are at an all time low and we are now working full time outside the sanctuary in order to provide for the birds. We are looking for as many as possible to donate just $10.00 or more a month to help cover our food costs. Our feed bill alone is just under $400.00 per week for the 200 animals residing here. We need your help now more than ever. We do not receive grants and rely solely on public donations and fundraisers. So please find it in your heart to give just a few dollars a month to help care for the birds and other animals that depend on us. Tell your friends and family about us and the work we do and ask them to consider making a donation. We can't do it without you!

Join us on October 4th for what we hope to be the largest parrot festival ever put together. Vendors have agreed to donate 5% of the days proceeds to the rescue organizations attending which is awesome. We will be at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando all day. Bring your friends, your family and of course your parrot! Stop by and see us! We sure want to see you!

With your help we can earn enough points to get in the top 20 and possibly win a makeover for our shelter. We sure could use it! The birds would love a few more flight pens and we still have alot of work to do on the property to make it look nice. Our main priority has been building flight habitats and indoor flights for the birds. Donations have been at an all time low with the economy so things are at a stand still. Winning this makeover would be just what we need! So please sign up, earn us as many points as you can and be sure to tell your friends to do the same! Remember we are here for the animals. We have no paid employees and never will. We don't receive grants and we need all the help we can get! Click the link and it will take you where you need to go!

2600 Hayes St. Inverness, FL 34453