Texas Animal Sanctuary Names New White Tiger Cub After "Star Wars" CharacterAn animal sanctuary in Wylie announced the birth of a white tiger cub on Monday, and he has a familiar name for "Star Wars" fans. The cub was welcomed on March 6 and given the name Kylo Ren.
Illegally-Housed White Tigers Rescued, Given Clean Bill Of HealthThe tigers were taken in by In-Sync Exotics. They will now live at the big cat sanctuary in Wylie.
Wandering Tiger Now At North Texas Exotic Animal SanctuaryA roaming tiger has been transported more than 250 miles and now has new home in North Texas. It started last week when a tiger was found wandering the streets in Conroe.
Corinth Man Who Rescued Bear Cub SpeaksGreg Gideo says he rescued a bear cub from a trap on his ranch last week in Oklahoma but never intended to keep it as a pet.
North Texas Animal Sanctuary Gets 10 New Big CatsEight months after a distemper outbreak began at the In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center in Wylie the sanctuary is welcoming more than a dozen new big cats.
No State Or Federal Investigation Into Lioness DeathCBS 11 News has learned new details about the investigation into the death of a lioness at the Dallas Zoo. As it stands, no state or federal agency is expected to investigate the incident.
In-Sync Exotics: After Distemper Deaths Future Of Ailing Cats UncertainMore than a dozen lions and tigers are still suffering from canine distemper at the In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center in Wylie. The outbreak of the virus was discovered in late May.
Surgery Should Reduce North Texas Tiger's Arthritic Pain A veterinarian hopes groundbreaking surgery has relieved the arthritic hip pain of a 13-year-old Siberian tiger at a North Texas sanctuary. Tacoma is one of the 66 big cats at the In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue in Wylie.
Future Unsure For Unloved McKinney AnimalsA McKinney animal sanctuary is in the middle of a desperate effort to save dozens of pets left without a home.
7 Big Cats From North Texas Farm Relocated To NJ ZooSeven big cats found neglected on a farm in North Texas are settling in their new home at a New Jersey zoo. The owner of an exotic cat sanctuary in Wylie contacted the zoo after learning the owner of the farm had died.