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Dr. Hunter’s Blog 11/9/18

This is a blog post for Lamar. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here's the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.

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Dr. Wilde’s Blog 11/10/18

This is a blog post for Chloe. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here's the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.

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Keeper Tessa Blog 11/8/18

This is a blog post for Tessa. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here's the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.

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Dr. Chloe Wilde is our wildlife biologist is Dr. Chloe Wilde. She studied ecology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Her favorite animal of study is conservation. Dr. Wilde is passionate about learning about and teaching others on how they can help wild cat populations, including reducing their use of products with palm oil in them. Though Carolina Tiger Rescue does not have any, Dr. Wilde’s favorite animal to study is the clouded leopard.

Dr. Wilde’s Blog 11/10/18

This is a blog post for Chloe. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here’s the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.

Tessa Stripes is our newest animal keeper here at Carolina Tiger Rescue. She studied wildlife biology at Virginia Tech. Before coming to Carolina Tiger Rescue, she interned at Wildlife Safari. Her favorite animals to work with are tigers! She enjoys giving the animals at Carolina Tiger Rescue a safe and appropriate home for them. It’s a hard and dirty job, but she loves it! Her favorite time of year at the rescue is the fall, when all the animals get pumpkins for enrichment!

Keeper Tessa Blog 11/8/18

This is a blog post for Tessa. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here’s the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.

Dr. Lamar Hunter has just joined the Carolina Tiger Rescue team as a wildlife veterinarian. After he graduated from NC State’s vet school, Dr. Hunter studied under Dr. Angela Lassiter at Carolina Tiger Rescue. He helps with physicals, medical procedures, and loves seeing the animals improve under the care of the awesome vets at the rescue. Dr. Hunter enjoys working with all the animals at Carolina Tiger Rescue, but his favorite are the lions.

Dr. Hunter’s Blog 11/9/18

This is a blog post for Lamar. Everyone asks us how to save tigers in the wild. Here’s the easiest answer: be a cautious consumer when it comes to purchasing Halloween and holiday candy.