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Donors stand behind Tammy and The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | November 15, 2013 at 4:38 am | No comments

To fellow donors and supporters, This truly saddens me that I have to write this letter.  I’m what some would call a ‘big donor’ I guess to The Wildcat Sanctuary. In the past few weeks many accusations have been publicly aimed at The Wildcat Sanctuary Founder and...

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Board: Audit shows no theft at Wildcat Sanctuary in Pine County

By | November 5, 2013 at 4:49 am | No comments Allegations that donor money was stolen and animals were mistreated at the Wildcat Sanctuary in Pine County are false, but the refuge did experience a period of turmoil, two board members said Monday. Meanwhile, Tammy...

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Surly brew benefits the cats of Wildcat Sanctuary

By | October 5, 2013 at 9:59 pm | No comments

Thank you Surly Brewing Company! All summer Surly has been donating $1 from every glass of "You're In Trouble" sold at their Taproom to the Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone. Their efforts raised $2,200! The collaboration beer that head brewer Todd brewed with 3 Floyds, was...

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Wildcat Sanctuary supports proposed rule to prohibit public contact with big cats

By | September 30, 2013 at 7:02 pm | No comments

September 30 2013 Dear Sir or Madam: RE: Support of Proposed Rule to Prohibit Public Contact with Big Cats, Bears, and Nonhuman Primates I am writing in support of the proposed rule to prohibit public contact with big cat, bears and nonhuman primates. I am the...

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One Wild Wedding Proposal at The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | September 11, 2013 at 9:07 pm | No comments

He was so wild about his girlfriend, that he asked her to marry him at The Wildcat Sanctuary.   Doug Mitchell surprised his girlfriend Jasmine Baba with a wedding proposal at Minnesota's only big cat sanctuary. The Wildcat Sanctuary hosted an intimate legendary...

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Supporters blog about TWS – every little bit helps a lot

By | August 21, 2013 at 11:45 pm | No comments

Thank you Amanda for sharing The Wildcat's Story on your blog post.  Every bit of exposure for our work, helps a lot. A life Through Donations Post by TWS Supporter  Amanda Watts So far in my research and adventures it's been abit overwhelming looking at all the non...

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From the Founder – Organizational changes at TWS

By | August 5, 2013 at 1:00 am | No comments

Dear donors and supporters, Everyone at The Wildcat Sanctuary thanks you for the unwavering support you all continue to provide to our mission. Without you we could not do the important work that allows rescued wild cats to live out their days in a natural sanctuary...

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Ahimsa Foundation provides grant towards Feline Meadows

By | July 16, 2013 at 3:06 pm | No comments

It is our belief that every resident should have a spacious, natural environment to live in. The Ahimsa Foundation has helped make this a reality for our rescued residents.  Granted funds will be used  toward a free-roaming bobcat habitat in Feline Meadows. The ground has...

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Savvy Magazine features TWS – Living on the Wild Side

By | July 16, 2013 at 2:34 pm | No comments

Savvy Magazine aims to educate and inspire a community of Twin Cities-area women who share personal stories and real-world information on how to feel, live and look the best they can. Through original reporting, local events and journalistic integrity, Savvy is the source for...

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TWS Advocates for Big Cats & Public Protection Act

By | July 16, 2013 at 2:01 pm | No comments

Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act Founder Tammy Thies joined animal experts and advocates from around the nation at a public forum to support the Big Cats and Pubic Safety Protection Act. In Ohio, they know all too well the tragedy that comes from having tigers,...

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