This place is very small and subsists almost entirely on donations. Most of the cats are Tigers but there are also Lions, Cougars, Pumas, and a few other cats. They give the larger cats larger cages and they are trying to expand. The more people visit and the more they donate the larger the enclosures become. They have room to expand but not the funds to do so.
These cats were not brought here in order to be showcased they are all rescue cats that cannot survive out in the wild, because they lack the survival abilities they would have gained if they were brought up in the wild.
By visiting Cat Tales you not only get to see Large Cats in the Spokane Area, but you're also helping a good cause finance the rescue and care of them.
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