3783 Highway K68, Louisburg, Kansas 66053 (913) 837-5515
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The Siberian tigers at Cedar Cove Feline Conservation Park each eat up to 40 pounds of meat, every other day. The refuge relies on contributions of expired meat from some of the area supermarkets and are always looking for more. They even collect road kill if called in time.
The Tigers have a lot more room than is shown in these photos. They have a football field sized enclosure for running individually. Tigers are not communal animals in the wild.
Cedar Cove is licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture and accredited by the American Association of Zoo Keepers.
The first Saturday of the month, Cedar Cove Feline Conservation Park is open to the public until 7PM Saturdays to permit visitors to view the large cats when they are more active.
Call before visiting in very hot or inclement weather.
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