Carolina Tiger Rescue, formerly the Carnivore Preservation Trust, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit wildlife sanctuary whose mission is saving and protecting wild cats in captivity and in the wild.

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Press Coverage: Carolina Tiger in the News


1/11/2012 Herald Sun-
"Christmas season lasts little longer for big cats"

1/8/2012 News & Observer-
"Tiger sanctuary in Chatham Co. welcomes visitors"


12/04/2011 The Technician-
"Tiger refuge provides home for lost and abused animals"

10/20/2011 Charolotte Observer-
"Critics call for ban on exotic pets"

10/19/2011 WRAL-
"Patchwork of rules govern exotic cat ownership"

10/19/2011 NBC-17-
"North Carolina does not regulate exotic pets"

10/19/2011 Fox-8 Charlotte-
"Exotic Animal Ownership Questioned"

9/21/2011 Tarheel Traveler-
"Pittsboro is home to Tiger Rescue"

9/21/2011 Courage Cocktail with Lee Anne McClymont-
"Tiger Talk"

9/6/2011 Cary Citizen-
"A Short Drive From Cary: Carolina Tiger Rescue"

8/31/2011 Carrboro Citizen-
"Carolina Tiger kicks off $31,000 campaign"

07/30/2011 Fayetteville Observer-
"Summer Exploring: Big cats, other critters find a safe haven at a 'retirement home' near Pittsboro"


12/18/2010 Chapel Hill News- "Big cats moved into permanent habitats"

11/16/2010 The Herald-Sun- "Lions and tigers transitioning nicely to life in Pittsboro"

08/04/2010 The Pilot- "Tiger Rescue Benefits from Local Support"

07/13/2010 The Herald-Sun- "Facebook Users Net $20,000 for Carolina Tiger Rescue"

02/19/2010 The Healthy Pet Radio Show- "A Tiger in Your House"

10/13/2009 News & Observer- "Sanctuary Renamed Carolina Tiger Rescue"

10/12/2009 NBC17- "Carnivore Preservation Trust Gets New Name"