Logan’s a male Bengal tiger who arrived at the sanctuary in 2015. At 8 years old, he’d spent the majority of his life in a private owner’s backyard cage.

Logan’s owner had waged a long, legal battle to keep his four big cats. It had been a high-profile case for years. Local zoning laws changed, and his cats hadn’t been ‘grandfathered’ in. He was ordered to find them another home or face jail time.

With an ill wife and disabled son, he accepted a plea bargain and agreed to place them elsewhere within a year. He truly loved his cats. We set aside our opinions about private ownership and worked with him for almost a year to safeguard these cats’ future.

Logan had originally been bred and used as a pay-to-play cub by an exhibitor. As with so many of these cubs, when they’re no longer of use, they’re gotten rid of. That’s when Logan ended up with this private owner, who was surrendering him now to The Wildcat Sanctuary.

Life at the Sanctuary

This would be Logan’s third and final forever home. Once here, Logan was neutered and successfully merged with Caesar, another male tiger who came to the sanctuary from this owner, too.

They are the biggest tigers living here, in terms of height. They stand very tall and are powerful tigers! Caesar and Logan enjoy the huge, free-roaming habitat we built for them, as well as perches, toys, trees, and an in-ground pool.

How You Can Help

Would you like to help with Logan’s support? As his sponsor parent, you can truly make such a difference. It’s easy to sign up using the buttons at the top of this page.

Or even a one-time donation helps cover care costs for this big boy!  Thank you for considering helping Logan, too.