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Wild cats find forever home in Minnesota

By | July 5, 2012 at 11:19 pm | No comments

When Meme, a Bengal tiger, arrived at the Wildcat Sanctuary she had severe arthritis, a bladder infection and open wounds on her face and hips from rubbing against her tiny cage. She was rescued from a 10’ x 10’ corn crib filled knee-high with bones. She had no insulation...

Posted in: General, TWS in the News

No More Wild Pets Campaign

By | June 5, 2012 at 2:36 am | No comments

What is the No More Wild Pets©  Educational Campaign? The Wildcat Sanctuary created the No More Wild Pets© campaign to increase public awareness of the captive wildlife crisis and decrease the number of wild animals being kept as pets. The campaign strives to inspire people...

Posted in: Featured, TWS in the News

My life in captivity – through the eyes of Nikita, the tigress

By | March 15, 2012 at 1:59 pm | No comments

I was born into a sea of light. What a strange world, one that would light up with camera flashes whenever I was around. They’d take pictures of me, they’d take pictures with me. These humans seemed to think I was something strange. Was I? Is that why my mother wasn’t with...

Posted in: Blog, News, Rescues

Memorial Gardens at The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | March 26, 2011 at 11:14 pm | One comment

The Wildcat Sanctuary's Memorial Garden is a beautiful spot in the middle of the Sanctuary. It allows staff, volunteers, and our generous donors to celebrate the lives of the animals no longer physically with us. We can gather here while watching big cats splashing in...

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