Fire at Riverside Wildlife Center in Stanton, Mo. -

Fire at Riverside Wildlife Center in Stanton, Mo.

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STANTON, Mo. ( – Firefighters are currently on the scene of a fire at Riverside Wildlife Center in Stanton, Missouri.

Firefighters were called to the wildlife center at 275 Highway W after a shed or building to the side of the reptile ranch caught fire before 10 a.m.

News 4 spoke with the owner of the Riverside Wildlife Center who says the may be an electrical fire. 

According to their website, Riverside Wildlife Center is a USDA licensed facility that houses alligators, big cats, emus, snakes and more.

The Franklin County Sheriff's Department said no people or animals were injured, however, they lost nearly all of the food for the big cats.

In order to restock the food supply and repair damages, they're asking for the public's help. If you would like to donate, click here.

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