s in failing health and the caging/containment for the big cats has fallen into disrepair over the past several years.
The first call from the sheriff to Turpentine Creek was on Oct. 29. In the next few weeks, the TCWR staff members visited the property in question several times. To date, they have relocated six tigers — one of which required urgent veterinary assistance — to their refuge near Eureka Springs.
The remaining 30 cats are all in good health but remain in need of immediate rescue due to the hazardous conditions of their current living quarters and the ill health of their present owner.
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