The Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood has kicked off the "Tigers For Tots" program for this holiday season.
The program will help a child in need and unwanted exotic animals at the same time.
For each $100 or a junk car donated to the program, a child in need will get a stuffed tiger.
The children could be victims of disaster, like the wildfires back in August, or an underprivileged child.
Seth Wadley Ford in Pauls Valley donated the 3 1/2-feet-long stuffed tigers.
The toys come with a picture of a real tiger that has been rescued and is living at the park.
The park will be open Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day admission-free for anyone who needs a place to spend the holidays.