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.
WYLIE (CBSDFW.COM) – Thursday mornings at Equest therapeutic horsemanship in Wylie, a group of Veterans meets. The men and women—who mostly served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—are there for therapy. Working and riding […]
A distemper outbreak has killed another large tiger in Wylie. The virus has now taken the lives of seven large cats at In-Sync Exotics.
More 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.
Only two days after radio host Kidd Kraddick’s death, many people are talking about the disease that caused him to pass away. And for one of his fans, Kraddick’s death was heartfelt — literally.
Supporters 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.
A fourth big cat has died at an animal sanctuary in Wylie where officials are trying to stop the spread of canine distemper.
Canine distemper has claimed the life of a third big cat at an animal sanctuary in Wylie. A spokeswoman for In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center says a male tiger named Abrams died Monday.
A Wylie teenager has admitted to killing another child, who he called his friend, and trying to stuff his body down a storm drain last year. The boy is now headed to a youth detention center — but the question is, for how long?
An outbreak of a deadly disease has struck a North Texas exotic animal sanctuary.
Two elementary schools in the Wylie ISD were placed on lockdown for a short time on Tuesday afternoon while police in next-door Murphy investigated reports of a shooting.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit is considering charging some riders for parking at additional stations.