John Slaby

Grace Slaby

Dan Kozlow

Noemi Negron



Our Animal Preserve is more than an education facility. It is a home to more 130 animals. We care for Big Cats, small exotic, domestic and farm animals. 

Established in May 2001. Receiving our Non-Profit 501 (C)(3) status January 18, 2002. We strive to increase public awarenessof the steady decline in certain species & exotic and endangered animals. 


Kowiachobee Animal Preserve is licensed by:
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and  U.S.D.A"Respecting All Animals" is the key to their survival.  The time is now to open ourselves to this awareness.  If we do not do this now, our grandchildren may never have the opportunity to see these animals other than in a text book.  At KAP we are all volunteers.  We have been working with exotic animals for many years.  Our board consists of four directors who are highly motivated and dedicated to our cause.  We have a variety of volunteers who help us on a daily basis to make everything happen for Kowiachobee and YOU! 

Executive Staff

Assistant Staff & Interns


TIA WILLIAMS

Mission & Vision

Kowiachobee is an educational and learning facility, as well a shelter for hurt, or distressed wild, exotic & domestic animals. We provide donation based lectures and presentations to the community.

Pam Rienhart

Board of Directors

Animal Welfare

Working to preserve endangered species through public awareness & education!

Senior Advisor

John & Grace Slaby


President of the Fund

VolunteerS WANTED

Calling all animal lovers! Here at KAP, we are always on the lookout for new faces to join our dedicated team of volunteers.

There are many ways to get involved.

Click below to learn more.


PHOTO GalLery

We take great pride in our unique assortment of on-site animal residents. Visit our photo galleries to see some of our furry family.

CEO

Public Relations

Olivia chapdelaine

Marketing - Fundraising