The 40-acre Wildcat Sanctuary has found a niche, and demand is already outstripping space.
By Darlene Prois, Star Tribune Last update: January 07, 2007 – 11:41 PM
SANDSTONE, Minn. -- The Wildcat Sanctuary, the state's only certified home for exotic cats, had 20 felines...
Dead woman's tigers to be taken to Wildcat Sanctuary
Pine County authorities will seize two Bengal tigers left at a former animal breeding business where a third tiger...
The wild nature of many exotic wildcats prohibits them from becoming companion pets, regardless of how innocent or cute they appear. Such is the case with Eve, a baby African Serval. Servals are rapidly becoming very popular in the exotic cat trade. Owners quickly realize the...
Recently, media representatives from the Twin Cities and neighboring South Dakota were present to document the move of a 3 1/2 year old, 350 pound male lion from a local farm to an accredited sanctuary in Mississippi by The Wildcat Sanctuary.
As staff members and reporters...
(Willmar, Minn. Feb. 3, 2006) The cougar that was captured in Willmar, Minn. earlier this week will be spending the rest of its days at a big cat facility in Tennessee.
Tammy Quist of the Wildcat Sanctuary in Cedar, Minn., picked up the cat from a veterinary clinic in Willmar...
By Dave Olson
June 22, 2005
Whether they know it or not, nine tigers seized from an Underwood, Minn., animal farm last week can breathe a little easier.
Euthanasia - which had loomed as a possible fate - now appears a remote threat after...
he Wildcat Sanctuary
Tammy Quist, Executive Director, The Wildcat Sanctuary
The captive wildcat crisis and exotic pet problem is in the news almost weekly. In Illinois, a man is mauled to death by two tigers kept in his backyard. A “pet” leopard attacks a woman in...
By Jill Burcum
Published August 27, 2004
ISANTI, MINN. -- The young, blonde Minnesota woman wore barn boots and jeans. The aging, still-glamorous movie star sported a dapper suit and dainty sandals from which perfectly polished...
By T.W. Budig
Isanti County News
Published July 15, 2004
When an “exotic pet” takes the form of a leaping 275-pound Bengal tiger, it becomes plain the term fails to capture a striped reality.
The Wildcat Sanctuary in Isanti County is home to...