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Thank you for making Miracle Match a success!

By | April 23, 2017 at 6:21 pm | No comments

Thank you for making Miracle Match 2017 a huge success for the cats!  Because of you, we met our match!!! As soon as we have final numbers, we will provide an update!   Miracle Match 2017 - Ended April 30th Today, I’m asking for your help with an amazing matching...

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Bobcat boys finally have names!

By | March 22, 2017 at 8:00 am | No comments

A huge thank you to everyone who submitted names for the newly rescued bobcats. We received over 2,000 submissions for these boys! Please join us in welcoming Copper and Archer to The Wildcat Sanctuary's feline family! The staff narrowed down the names and voted for those...

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Loving Animals So Much It Hurts Is An Actual Condition

By | February 8, 2017 at 11:00 am | No comments

People are finally talking about it. As director of one of the country's oldest, busiest animal shelters, Alyssa Krieger has seen staff and volunteers come and go— many of them just months after they started at MSPCA-Angell in Massachusetts. And she has a good idea...

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Four Bengal tigers have a new home at The Wildcat Sanctuary

By | November 14, 2016 at 8:00 am | No comments

Four Bengal tigers are joining over 100 other wild cats at Minnesota’s only big cat sanctuary! The four tigers, including a trio of three brothers and a single female, recently arrived after a long journey.  In all, over 100 animals are being rehomed to reputable...

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Minnesota cougar kittens featured on Animal Planet

By | August 29, 2016 at 8:43 am | No comments

  Photo: Wildcat Sanctuary, Facebook Two big cats from Minnesota got some screen time on Animal Planet. According to the Wildcat Sanctuary – a rescue facility northeast of Hinkley – the cougar kittens are named Snow and Storm. They’re originally from Washington...

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The Dodo quotes The Wildcat Sanctuary about Compassion Fatigue Syndrome

By | August 29, 2016 at 8:17 am | No comments

Loving Animals So Much It Hurts Is An Actual Condition Aug. 25, 2016 As director of one of the country's oldest, busiest animal shelters, Alyssa Krieger has seen staff and volunteers come and go— many of them just months after they started at MSPCA-Angell...

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Cougar Brother and Sister Form a New Family with Two Other Orphans – reprint

By | August 29, 2016 at 7:41 am | No comments

Reprint from The Dodo The capture of Storm and Snow might best be described as a tale of two kitties. The orphaned cougar siblings, just a few months old, had lost their mother and desperately needed a human hand. Locals had spotted them a few times in...

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Mother Nature Network features Wildcat Sanctuary orphaned cougar kittens

By | August 29, 2016 at 7:32 am | No comments

Orphaned cougar cubs get a second chance at The Wildcat Sanctuary August 24, 2016 JAYMI HEIMBUCH Photo: The Wildcat Sanctuary When Fish and Wildlife officers in Washington rescued two orphaned cougar cubs, they weren't exactly sure what...

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Belgium TV quotes The Wildcat Sanctuary about Thor the Bengal Cat

By | August 29, 2016 at 7:28 am | No comments

Bengal Cat photos go viral Thor, the Bengal Cat BELGIUM (WSLS 10) – Photos of a  Bengal cat from Belgium have gone viral. Meet Thor, the cat with an instagram page that has made him internet-famous with his photos. To date, Thor has over 29,000...

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The Wildcat Sanctuary quoted about Thor the Bengal Cat by Huffington Post

By | August 29, 2016 at 7:24 am | No comments

This Striped And Spotted Cat’s Fur Is Mesmerizing The Internet But that doesn’t mean you should necessarily get a Bengal cat yourself. People can’t get enough of a cat in Kortenberg, Belgium, whose gorgeous fur has helped launched him to internet...

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