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How do you know when a rescued wild cat is happy?

By | January 25, 2015 at 2:39 am | No comments

Most think, if you provide a rescued wild cat with good nutrition, an optimal natural environment, enrichment to challenge his or her senses, and quality veterinary care, they should be happy – right? But, what happens if that’s not always the case? That's why behavioral...

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Congratulations to The Wildcat Sanctuary’s grrreat volunteers!

By | January 19, 2015 at 5:34 pm | No comments

The Sanctuary volunteers are a talented and committed group of individuals who put in thousands of hours every year to help the Sanctuary thrive.  So we LOVE coming together for an annual celebration to showcase all they helped accomplish, as well as provide recognition of...

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In memory of bobcat Felicity and bengal cat Sumatra at The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | January 12, 2015 at 9:16 pm | No comments

We have 106 residents, 47 are senior or geriatric with 27 of those being over 15 years old. The hardest part about rescuing so many cats is that they will one day leave us. It never gets easier and it tends to come in waves.  It can feel too much to bear sometimes.  But we...

Posted in: General, In Memory

The 12 Days of Catmas – wild cat style!

By | December 14, 2014 at 5:35 pm | No comments

The 12 Days of Catmas On the first day of Catmas My true love sent to me A lynx in an evergreen tree                     On the second day of Catmas My true love sent to me Two cubs...

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Aslan the lion – forever now king of his wild life

By | December 8, 2014 at 4:02 pm | No comments

[caption id="attachment_14131" align="alignright" width="300"] The lions enjoy a summer roll in the grass[/caption] It was an unseasonably warm winter day. The snow was thawing and patches of grass appeared all throughout sanctuary. The sun was shining. Aslan was spending...

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The Wildcat Sanctuary announces names for new resident white tiger cubs

By | December 1, 2014 at 1:49 pm | No comments

It's been an exciting week for two white tiger brothers who arrived recently at The Wildcat Sanctuary.  They came from an exhibit facility that used to breed tigers but has signed a contract to no longer breed tigers. You can read more about how they ended up at the Sanctuary...

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CYBER WEEK is wild at The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | December 1, 2014 at 12:29 am | No comments

We know you have tons of places to choose from when doing your holiday shopping, but why not consider giving the gift of life this year?  When you give any of the following gifts for the holidays, you help the cats in so many ways.  And, you help spread the word about our...

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One Green Planet features Nikita’s story from The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | November 24, 2014 at 2:04 am | No comments

My Life in Captivity: Through the Eyes of Nikita the White Tigress November 20, 2014 A tiny, adorable, white tiger baby. Who can resist? Everyone wants this thrill of a lifetime; to hold one, to play with one, to bottle feed one, to take...

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2 white tiger cubs need you to be their Holiday Hero!

By | November 19, 2014 at 8:00 am | No comments

Creating quality of life for a wild cat in need is what we strive for each day.  The cats we rescue have spacious places to live. Pools in the summer.  Heat and warm beds in the winter. With more than 100 wild cats to care for, our work never ends. Now, we have two more...

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Working together to end the Captive Wildife Crisis – PAWS Conference

By | November 12, 2014 at 6:36 pm | No comments

TWS' Director just returned from the International Captive Wildlife Conference, where she was invited by Tigers in America.  Many other big sanctuaries were also represented including Big Cat Rescue, InSync Exotics, Safe Haven and Turpentine Creek. The conference covered a...

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