Tiger Mauls Caregiver
June 21, 2013 Anderson, IN: A 21 year old female employee named Marissa Dub was attacked by tiger at Joe Taft's Exotic Feline Rescue Center. For cleaning purposes, the tiger was moved into a holding area. Officials report that the door to the holding area did not get shut all the way, allowing the tiger to bite and latch onto her head. Co workers distracted the tiger with food and retrieved Dub who was airlifted in critical condition to Wishard Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis.
Helping Wild Cats All
Property owner, wildlife dealer cited
A Siberian lynx has been seized from a residence in Southwest Ranches, where the caged animal was found to be in poor health and suffering from an eye infection.
The lynx, a medium-seized wildcat, was taken by officers of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and turned over a facility licensed to house exotic wildlife. The cat's condition has improved, although the veterinarian there said it may have long-term health issues, said Carli Segelson, spokeswoman for the
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