Wylie Sanctuary Part Of Major Exotic Animal RescueOne-hundred and ten animals need new homes after the owner of a Colorado sanctuary became too sick to care for them.
Big Cats Make Their Home At In Sync Exotics In WylieA total of 65 lions, tigers, cheetas, cougars, leopards, lynx, bobcats, and more make their home at In Sync Exotics in Wylie where they're in the business of rescuing big cats.
Kitten Thrown From Car RescuedThe animal keeper was unable to get a plate number because there was another car between them. The incident occurred on 78 at Beltline.
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.
Virus Outbreak That Killed 7 North Texas Big Cats Appears Over A spokeswoman for a North Texas animal sanctuary where seven big cats have died of a virus says the worst of the outbreak appears to be over even though some cats still show symptoms.
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.
Seventh Big Cat Dies From Distemper At Wylie Animal SanctuaryA distemper outbreak has killed another large tiger in Wylie. The virus has now taken the lives of seven large cats at In-Sync Exotics.
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.
Sixth Tiger Dies From Canine Distemper In WylieIn-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center has lost another one of its tigers to canine distemper.
Supporters Raise Funds For In-Sync ExoticsSupporters of the big cat sanctuary in Wylie are finding unusual ways to raise funds for it after a wave of viral infections killed three tigers and a lioness there and sickened some twenty other animals.