EDMOND, Oklahoma -- Wolves, tigers, and even a liger are roaming in Edmond to help raise money for an Oklahoma exotic animal park.
The G.W. Exotic Animal Park set up shop in Bryant Square this weekend. They're trying to raise money and awareness. For $25 for two people, you can actually go in the cages and play with wolf pups or the liger cub, which is part lion, part tiger.
"We are trying to make it through the winter, trying to get the bills paid, trying to keep money coming in at all times. Just reminding people spring break is coming up. Reminding people that we are here and we hope people are going to come visit us," said Beth Corley with G.W. Exotic Animal Park.
The park will be at Bryant Square, at Bryant and 2nd Street in Edmond through Sunday. If you want to head to the G.W. Exotic Animal Park, it's right off I-35 in Wynnewood. Learn more about the park and how you can help.