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Big Cats Relocated to Pine County FOX21 KQDS

By | October 5, 2015 at 10:57 am | No comments

Three Tigers and Black Leopard Moved to Wildcat Sanctuary Kris North, Reporter, Nathaniel LeCapitaine, Photojournalist, POSTED: 06:48 PM CDT Sep 02, 2015  The Wildcat Sanctuary PINE COUNTY, Minn. -Three...

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Lilly, our tigress, leaves to her new wild life

By | July 16, 2015 at 10:59 pm | No comments

Why is it that, no matter how long you prepare for a loss, it still seems so sudden when it happens?  It must be because, no matter how long we prepare, the time we have with our loved ones is never long enough.  This has certainly been the case with Lilly, our tigress. At...

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Wildcat Sanctuary’s busy building lots of new fun for their rescued cats to enjoy!

By | June 16, 2015 at 2:17 pm | No comments

“Summer time and the livin’s easy” – or at least that’s how the song goes.  If you’re one of our rescued cats, it’s very true! But, for staff, interns, volunteers, and contractors, these long summer days mean hours of hard work reconstructing, remodeling and...

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One Green Planet shares Wildcat Sanctuary’s “Say No to Cub Petting” message

By | June 2, 2015 at 11:09 am | No comments

The Hidden Cruelty Behind Cute Exotic Cat Cub Petting Attractions As an animal lover, if someone were to make you this offer, would you accept? You can pet, play with and bottle feed this cub and we’ll take a picture of you so you can share it with your friends – BUT,...

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International coverage for The Wildcat Sanctuary tiger cubs’ first birthday!

By | May 20, 2015 at 4:30 pm | No comments

Jeremy and Simon's first birthday was quite the party!  From the Netherlands to Chicago to Minnesota and nationwide, followers enjoyed watching these two tiger cubs celebrate their big milestone until they were too pooped to party anymore.  Read the coverage of their special...

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White tiger cubs celebrate a WILD first birthday party!

By | May 13, 2015 at 6:49 pm | No comments

There’s been a lot of excitement building at Minnesota’s The Wildcat Sanctuary.  White tiger cubs Jeremy and Simon have been growing quickly since their rescue last year.  On Thursday, May 14th, the brothers celebrate their very first birthday – in a big tiger...

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Wildlife Watch features Aslan’s memorial from The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | April 28, 2015 at 11:14 pm | No comments

Please click on this direct link to read The Wildlife Watch Binocular, Spring 2015 edition, Page 4-5 for coverage of Aslan and the Catskill Game Farm rescue: Wildlife Watch memorial for Aslan, the lion IN MEMORY OF ASLAN 1996 - December 2014 KING OF THE JUNGLE AND A BOY WHO...

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The Wildcat Sanctuary named second most dominant environmental group

By | April 23, 2015 at 1:32 pm | No comments

Mother Nature Network ranked The Wildcat Sanctuary #2 worldwide in environmental groups that dominate Facebook, just behind the World Wildlife Fund! They put together a list of organizations wielding the power of Facebook to inspire, educate and advocate for the planet. Read...

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Why The Wildcat Sanctuary can’t “set them free”

By | April 6, 2015 at 8:32 pm | No comments

When we share a photo of one of our cats, one of the more frequent comments we receive is “set them free.”   And, oh, how we wish we could. Of course, we realize that every wild cat would rather be free.  No matter how natural the habitat is we provide, it’s still...

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Welcome home Cleo, the Canada Lynx

By | March 28, 2015 at 2:36 pm | No comments

In March of 2015, we received a very familiar call – a private owner whose life circumstances were quickly changing and it would be impossible for him to keep the exotic cat he so loved. His Canada Lynx had spent all thirteen years of her life with he and his wife, living...

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