Act Resilient


Animals help resilience


Resilience is the ability to recover and adjust quickly.


When a hurricane separated two white tiger cubs from their mother, a chimp named Anjana came to the Rescue. 


             Anjana became surrogate mom and playmate to the cubs.

Love and Connection are the best protectors of Resilience

                 Restoring you sense of play strengthens resilience

                There are three types of resilience, some are born with high levels of resilience.


               Trauma and stress can lower resilience, but you can learn how to restore it.

                    Anjana has done this before, having helped raised leopard and

                    lion cubs on several occasions at TIGERS in South Carolina.


Resilience is most easily restored with the support

of and connection to others.



                            Anjana helps with bottle feeding.

 Improvisational Comedy is one of the fastest ways to restore resilience

This is because humor and play reintegrate the brain.

"Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet

is fighting some kind of battle.”