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Cats Arrive in Good Condition

The tigers, lions, jaguars and leopard sent Friday to Colorado arrived safely

TRASLADAN A 11 FELINOS DE MÉXICO A DENVER, COLORADO
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2 years ago

The Special Prosecutor’s Office for Environmental Protection (Profepa) and Navy Secretariat (Semar) announced that the big cats transported to The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Denver, Colorado on Friday arrived safely to their desination.

The animals that were transported inclued six tigers, two jaguars, two lions and one leopard.

Profepa said that The Wild Animal Sanctuary has over 20 workers and volunteers working to care for the new editions to the zoo.

Profepa also posted on their Twitter account about the animals’ safe arrival:

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