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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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  • Elizabeth Poeppel posted 7 months ago
    "LOVE this place!! I went to a morning feeding and I would do it again. Jeff was very personable and Jenny was a hard worker!! They take GREAT care of the big cats and it shows. I love this place and I would recommend it to anyone in the area. There was a review that said the place is hard to find and I want to tell people that it is NOT hard to find. I put the address in my phone under the maps app and it took me there with no issues. Again I would tell everyone to go and see this place and if possible to buy from the gift store to help support them. I bought the feeding ticket ($25) and also bought pictures and other stuff and spent about $125. I know this all goes to a GREAT cause. I love the lions and to me that was the BEST part. I was the 1st one there and the last one to leave when the tour was done. I wish I could of stayed all day and helped them. I hope people will go onto the website and support these big cats in anyway they can. Thank you Jeff & Jenny for a GREAT experience that I will forever cherish."
  • Annette Cornell posted 8 months ago
    "It definitely wasn't what we were expecting. It is an outdoor, open-range area where wildcats are fenced into their habitats. The location was kind of hard to find because it looked like any normal house from the outside (you can't see the animals from the main road). Admission was cheaper and well worth it. It was really neat to see wildcats up-close and not in the zoo setting. They also have an early-morning feed tour, which sounds pretty awesome. "
  • Rebecca Ann posted 4 months ago
    "Great idea but facility needs upgrades terribly and there's enough space to make the enclosures larger. Was sad to see. We expected more."
  • Matt Hefter posted 7 months ago
    "I've been here 3 times and every time was a great experience! Love the hospitality of Jeff and his wife! Great place to take the kids!"
  • Luke Burkholder posted 7 months ago
    "Really cool and quick stop to walk around a big set of fences and see about a dozen or so big cats that have been rescued from unsavory conditions. They seem really calm and content, so it feels like they are doing their job right. Get there early (8:00 am) to see feedings."