It’s the Tiger-Thon Triple Match!! ONE WEEK ONLY your gift will be tripled by a group of generous donors from 9/12 – 9/18. (up to $33,333) DONATE HERE NOW!!! When it costs us as much as $10,000 every year just to care for ONE tiger, you can see why this TIGER-THON will help so much. … Read more

Meet rescued Tiger King big cats living at The Wildcat Sanctuary Their story underscores need to pass the Big Cat Public Safety Act In May 2021, The Wildcat Sanctuary rescued two white lions, a liliger and a white tiger from Tiger King Park. In total, the Department of Justice seized 69 cats from Tiger King … Read more

Update: Thank you to everyone who donated to our Food & Wellness Center Campaign! And a special thank you to our Founding Members!! We will post progress photos here in the near future. Help us build our new Food & Wellness Center! DOUBLE MY DONATION NOW! Each cat who arrives at the sanctuary gets detailed, … Read more

Update:  Thank you all who donated to our Miracle Match Campaign.  We will be totaling the results this week and be announcing the 50 winners of the Dash pawprint in the near future! MIRACLE MATCH 2022 – Sky’s the limit with your support! NEW: Now thru April 30 your gift will be TRIPLED by generous … Read more

We have big plans for 2022 and we’re hoping you’ll join us! Here’s to making life even better for the cats – with your help.  Donate Now! Animal Care Center Move into the new Animal Care Center Hospital and purchase the remaining hospital equipment needed Hire a full-time, onsite veterinarian to provide support for around-the-clock … Read more

The Wildcat Sanctuary Rescues Emaciated, Injured Young Cougar Celebrity Animal Advocate Bob Barker and DJ&T Foundation Providing $75,000 Challenge Grant to the Sanctuary to Help “Cats in Crisis” like Anastasia MEDIA: Anastasia in extremely fragile condition upon her arrival (April) at The Wildcat Sanctuary, and now (June) after she has received intensive, live-saving medical care and … Read more

The Wildcat Sanctuary Mourns the Passing of Its Matriarch, 26-Year-Old Lioness Shanti Deva Sandstone, MINNESOTA – For more than 20 years, The Wildcat Sanctuary has been rescuing and providing a permanent home to more than 200 big cats in need. Every cat is special, loved and treated with respect and dignity throughout the time they … Read more

Will you help cats in crisis like Anastasia? DONATE NOW Online giving through June 30th and mail in gifts accepted until July 15. Each cat who arrives at the sanctuary has their own unique history. Some need extreme medical care, others need to heal emotionally. Little cougar Anastasia needed both. Many of the cats’ stories … Read more

Sandstone, MINNESOTA – The Wildcat Sanctuary has accepted several big cats including tigers, lions and hybrid big cats seized last week by the U.S. Department of Justice from Jeff and Lauren Lowe, the owners of Tiger King Park, made famous by the 2020 Netflix documentary Tiger King. Federal law enforcement led by the U.S. Fish … Read more

April 26, 2021 The Wildcat Sanctuary Welcomes Rare Cheetahs Elderly Brothers are the Only Cheetahs Known to Reside in Minnesota   SANDSTONE, Minnesota – The Wildcat Sanctuary is pleased to announce it is now the permanent retirement home for two 11-year-old male cheetahs named Lavani and Kitu. The senior cheetah brothers were retired from an … Read more

March 25, 2021 The Wildcat Sanctuary Welcomes Visit From the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation to Perform Life-Improving Dental Care on a Tiger The Wildcat Sanctuary is pleased to announce that Dr. Barron Hall DVM, FAVD, DAVDC of the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation (PEIVDF) will be visiting the sanctuary once again to … Read more

April 7, 2021 19-Week-Old Tiger Cub at The Wildcat Sanctuary Seeking Companion; Dash is Thriving and has Everything he Needs – Except a Young Tiger Friend The Wildcat Sanctuary announces an exciting update about their 19-week-old rescued tiger cub Dash! He’s certainly thriving, already weighing 65 pounds and growing daily. Dash has moved to a … Read more