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Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center

Contact

608-524-5466
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305 Pine Street
Rock Springs, WI 53961
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Hours

06/01 - 09/30

Monday - Sunday 

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

10/01 - 05/31

Monday - Sunday 

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

A place for you and your family to come visit and see the most majestic animals on earth - THE BIG CATS. Come see lions, tigers and leopards all living out their life in peace and tranquility, here at the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue. The animals were brought in for a safe and healthy home. Open daily from 9:00am - 5:00pm, June through September. Open weekends October through May.

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  • Beth P posted 8 days ago
    "We've gone to Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue numerous times now. It's DEFINITELY worth the trip. The walkway is close to the cages and it is awesome hearing the lions and tigers roaring at times. It's great seeing the improvements to the rescue over the years...you can definitely tell that the owners truly care about the animals. They've also added enrichment packages that you can purchase (raw chicken or a scent box) if you want to see more interaction with the animals."
  • Melissa C.A. posted 4 days ago
    "Super cool! And so much fun. Way better than any zoo I've been to. They weren't too active because it was hot but some of the workers walked around and it got some of the cats up and they put on a real show! Must see"
  • Tammy Huffer posted 14 days ago
    "The staff was super friendly & more than happy to share info about the cats. You had great views of the cats & the option to see them get fed chickens. It's handicap accessible & kids have run to run. Very reasonably priced & for a great cause. Check it out!"
  • Marcus Jones posted 25 days ago
    "Wow I have to say is wow this place is amazing:) you'll be greeted by a friendly and knowledgable staff when you get there by 8 am if you're doing the feeding (which is what we did). Would highly recommend watching them feed the cats it's incredible to see them from 10 feet away. They have a plethora of tigers, lions, and leopards all of which are breathtaking"
  • Vinny Scannell posted 3 days ago
    "Great place to visit. Google shows it's a donation only, which it is not. Definitely worth the money and time to see all the Lions, Tigers and Leopards. I will definitely return!"