There are three species of wild cats in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and all three are represented here at the Sanctuary.  Since cats are carnivores, we go through a great deal of meat, which adopting an animal can help to pay for!
Sacajawea​​
Mountain Lion (Puma concolor)

Sacagawea was found in a window well outside of Bozeman. Her mother had been killed, and Sac was an orphaned, starving kitten. She was transfered here for long-term care.
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Bob​​
Bobcat (Lynx rufus)

Bob was raised as a pet, and came here when his original owners were no longer able to care for him. He is declawed and thoroughly habituated to humans, so he can never be wild.
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Thor​​
Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis)

Thor was born on a fur farm. He was purchased from the fur farm by an individual who ended up bringing him to us for long-term care. Thor has very poor eyesight and never learned to hunt, so he can never be released into the wild.
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