Sunset Zoo had both tigers and leopards. I don't recall seeing any lions, but that doesn't mean that they aren't there.
The tigers were in a very large enclosure at the bottom of a fairly steep hill. There was much vegetation in their area, which caused some difficulty in viewing the animals. However, if I were a tiger in captivity, I suppose I would appreciate the cover.
My niece, Dawn, explaied that what we saw hanging from one of the trees was actually some of the tigers' food. The zoo personnel believe in having the tigers do a little work for their food as they would in the wild.
This was the most difficult area of the zoo to traverse on foot. By the time we reached this area we were a little worn out from walking, and the rather steep incline was a chore to get back up.
There was no difficulty in spotting the snow leopard. It lay directly in front of the glass viewing station. I think we lucked out in this, as there were areas of the leopard enclosure that could have served as secluded resting for this magnificent cat.