Turpentine Creek Attempts Rescue of 34 Big Cats from Betty Young

Turpentine Creek Announces Largest Big Cat Rescue

See conditions at Betty Young’s Riverglen Feline Conservancy on NatGeo Wild’s Animal Intervention

 

Photo by Kyle Jorgensen, TCWR
Rescuers at the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge bring a tiger out of unhealthy and dangerous conditions to its new residence.

 

Staff Report Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is currently in the midst of their largest rescue effort in their 20-year history. 

The refuge, located 7 miles south of Eureka Springs, has been asked by the sheriff in Mountainburg to rescue 34 tigers, leopards and cougars. The animals’ current owner i

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