Tiger Cub at The Wildcat Sanctuary in Minnesota Predicts Winner of Sunday’s Big Football Game

February 3, 2021 MEDIA ALERT Contact:  Susan Bass, Public Relations Cell: 813-431-2720 or [email protected]   Tiger Cub at The Wildcat Sanctuary in Minnesota Predicts Winner of Sunday’s Big Football Game   Sandstone, Minnesota – An adorable 10-week-old rescued tiger cub named Dash, who resides at The Wildcat Sanctuary, has boldly given his prediction for the

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Geriatric Tigress Sabrina Tested Positive for Covid-19

Geriatric Tigress Sabrina Tested Positive for Covid-19; She and Other Big Cats Who Exhibited Symptoms Have Recovered and are Doing Well Sabrina, a 21-year-old tigress at The Wildcat Sanctuary, tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. The elderly female, as well as other tigers, lions and cougars, showed mild symptoms including intermittent wheezing

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The Wildcat Sanctuary Provides Forever Home to our First-Ever Newborn Tiger Cub- Along with his Parents and Two Geriatric Lions

January 4, 2021 The Wildcat Sanctuary Provides Forever Home to Our First-Ever Newborn Tiger Cub Along with his Parents and Two Geriatric Lions TWS invites you to watch tiger cub Dash grow up, play and thrive at The Wildcat Sanctuary on his new Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/230969098548538 Sandstone, Minnesota – The Wildcat Sanctuary was called upon

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Media

News/Media:  [email protected] or (320-245-6871) Press Releases: December 6, 2022 November 30, 2022 Lions cubs rescued from Ukraine enjoy first steps in snow November 30, 2022 Lions cubs rescued from Ukraine arrive in Minnesota at The Wildcat Sanctuary October 26, 2022 – Lion cubs rescued from Ukraine hope to call The Wildcat Sanctuary home September 7,

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What’s Ahead for 2021?

I’d like to thank you for everything you’ve already given to the cats this year. Whether they’re big or little, spotted or striped, old or young, you’ve kept the cats happy, healthy, well cared for and, most of all, loved. I’m so grateful to you for that! And even though it’s been a year we’ve

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Contact Us

General Inquiries: For information call 320-245-6871 Monday – Friday, 8-4:30 CST.  Or email [email protected] We are not open for public visitation. News/Media:  [email protected] or 320-245-6871, Attn: Tammy Thies (this line is for media inquiries only, any other calls will be directed to General Inquires) Surrendering a cat: Please submit this form.  

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Holiday Gift Shop

Holiday Gift Shop Sorry, as of 12/14, we can no longer guarantee delivery by December 24th. If you’re looking for a compassionate gift, one that truly shows the spirit of the season, we have just the items for you! When you purchase any of these gifts, you bring true comfort and joy to over 115

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Won’t You Help Feed a Feline Today at The Wildcat Sanctuary?

Feeding big cats is a big job.     Tonka the tiger is the largest cat at the Sanctuary.  He was a former exhibit cat living in a small, non-compliant enclosure prior to arriving at The Wildcat Sanctuary. Thanks to you, Tonka now has room to roam. His natural enclosure provides tall grasses for stalking,

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My birthday thoughts in 2020

As my birthday approaches, I can’t help but look back over the years. Just this past week, our 22-year-old serval Cleo had her geriatric wellness exam. It was emotional for many reasons. Most of all because she was the first cat to begin the sanctuary with me. Luckily, Cleo’s as healthy as any 22-year-old cat

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#Give, BidAtHome & Giving Tuesday

The name Aurora means “dawn.”  As we face this new world, one with so many challenges, we have a choice to stay optimistic, to live our lives in a different way. It truly is the dawn of a new day. As we deal with a worldwide pandemic, something we’ve never experienced before, we can become

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Tiger Amnesty Program

Our focus has always been on what is doing right for the animals. Our Tiger Amnesty Program allows for surrender of tigers, lions or any wild cat without question. We follow all state and federal requirements. This program ensures wild cats can find safe sanctuary. It allows owners, authorities or entities to place the cat

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Keeping the sanctuary safe during Covid-19

Our sanctuary is one of the few in the country not open for public tours. It’s served the animals well over the years – and even more so now as we deal with COVID-19. The health and safety of our team and animals has always been at the forefront. You may have heard this weekend

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