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Underwood Tigers Appear Saved

By | June 12, 2005 at 12:19 am | No comments

By Dave Olson The Forum 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...

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Animal Rights Coalition Newsletter

By | March 12, 2005 at 12:19 am | No comments

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...

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Actress Hedren promotes Isanti County wildcat refuge

By | September 27, 2004 at 12:19 am | No comments

By Jill Burcum Star Tribune 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...

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Local Sanctuary Provides Homes for Captive Wildcats

By | July 12, 2004 at 12:19 am | No comments

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...

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Unwanted Wild Cats Becoming Bigger Problem

By | June 13, 2004 at 12:19 am | No comments

Published June 13, 2004 No one knows for sure how many wild, exotic animals are being kept in Minnesota, but for just large wild cats, it's probably in the hundreds. That's the estimate by Tammy Quist, director of The Wildcat Sanctuary in Isanti County, which has...

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Former Area Couple Rescues Michigan Cougars(2004)v

By | March 12, 2004 at 12:19 am | No comments

Michael and Cheryl (Mehki) Tuller run WildCat Haven in Oregon. By DEAN COUSINO Evening News staff writer Thanks to two Ida High School graduates and a third rescuer, two Michigan cougars on the brink of being killed have found a safe place to spend the rest of the their...

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Michigan Cougars Headed for New Home In Oregon Thanks to TWS

By | February 21, 2004 at 2:59 pm | No comments

Cougars typically inhabit a variety of regions throughout the Americas, from lowland swamps and grasslands to forests and mountains, often occupying territories up to 100 square miles. However, in January 2004, Jeff Robinette, a Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR)...

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Unlikely Cass Residents Forced To Move On: Cougars Headed To New Digs In Oregon After Rescue From Jones Pole Barn

By | February 12, 2004 at 12:19 am | No comments

Cougars headed to new digs in Oregon after rescue from Jones pole barn By ADAM JACKSON Tribune Staff Writer Ask any schoolkid what kind of animals are found in barns, and odds are, they'll rattle off a list of old standards like cows, pigs and horses. The odds are also...

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National Geographic Kids article

By | October 12, 2003 at 12:34 am | No comments

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The Wildcat Sanctuary Helps Big Cats Remain Wild At Heart

By | March 12, 2003 at 12:20 am | No comments

Tammy Quist's Wildcat Sanctuary helps big cats remain wild at heart J. Pinkley, Star Tribune March 12, 2003 Editor's note: This article has been corrected to repair an inaccuracy in the number of wild cats at the sanctuary. Tammy Quist wasn't at all surprised to receive a...

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