KHQ Exclusive: Siberian tiger gives birth to 3 cubs at Cat Tales - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

KHQ Exclusive: Siberian tiger gives birth to 3 cubs at Cat Tales

Posted: Updated: April 22, 2010 04:24 PM PDT

SPOKANE, Wash. - The staff at Cat Tales are keeping busy after a 3 new arrivals of baby cubs! The mother, Delilah, gave birth to the little ones last Tuesday. Two of the cubs will be moved to California with one of them remaining in Spokane. The delivery went well with no major complications. Delilah is now resting comfortably as her new babies get use to their new surroundings.

Founded in 1991, Cat Tales is a second home for many big cats, often "rescued" animals that had been abandoned or abused. Their animals include Bengal tigers, a clouded leopard, African lion, mountain lions, bobcats and many other wild felines.

The zoo offers special events where visitors purchase a "Treat Bag" and hand feed a Lion or Tiger with one of the Zookeepers, or walk within 8 feet of the animals. All visitors can tour the Zoo on their own, learning about the animals from posted signs, or take a guided tour.

Cat Tales Zoological Park
N. 17020 Newport Hwy
Mead, WA
(509) 238-4126
www.cattales.org

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