The Wild Cat Sanctuary introduces Cat Cam livestream to celebrate 25 years

The closed-to-the-public Wild Cat Sanctuary in Sandstone is now live streaming some of the rescue felines on YouTube.

For over two decades, lions, tigers, leopards, and even cheetahs have been roaming the Wildcat Sanctuary 40-acre grounds.

And now, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m,, you can watch your favorite wild cats on a designated stream that will rotate habitats on a weekly basis.

These live cams are a celebration of 25 years of life-saving work.

Many of its animals are rescued from private owners, roadside zoos, pay-to-play operations, and seized during police action.

The sanctuary’s Miracle Match fundraiser is underway- where donations are matched dollar for dollar, up to $75,000.

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