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Cat Tales Zoological Park, Mead
(2.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went to this zoo to see white tigers. These are quite rare, and this zoo has two of them. The zoo itself is small, and is very 20th century: cages, square wooden huts for animals, not the way moder...  more »
  • They have a good amount of tigers, even with couple of bears. It seems like they really care and take good care of the animals. Staff are all very friendly, knowledgeable and passionate about the anim...  more »
  • This is a zoo with mostly wild cats but they do have a bear. Mostly tigers that were used as photo pets. Rescues all. It is a little depressing to see them in cages but at least they have a home. The ...  more »
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  • This place is amazing, the facilities are one of a kind. I love that we can learn how to take care of rare and exotic animals in washington. Mothers Free! on Mothers Day :) Our annual time is then or near fall when not so hot and cats more active. Kids fed bear this last time, scared me a bit seeing them so close, but amazing and highly recommend even if its not so close to the animals. :) This is just one gingers opinion though ^v^
  • While I certainly don't think the animals are treated inhumanely, it would not be honest to give Cat Tales a raving review. They do the best they have with what they have and maintain a respectable Zoological Park for rescue animals. But they are located between railroad tracks and a highway, everything seems a little old and run down, and you never feel like it was worth the entry fee. So this is NOT worth a long drive. But they are trying to help the animals out...so give them a break.
  • Well there are plenty of stupid people writing reviews about this place. Cat Tales is a place for rescued animals, without it most of these animals would be euthanized. They are well cared for by volunteer staff. Consider the admission price a donation to help care for these animals that had nowhere else to go. If people that visit would take the time to actually learn what this place is all about they might not be so critical and judgmental. If you are in the area it is worth a couple hours of your time and a little money to help support the good work being done here.
  • Awesome cute zoo! It's very small, but so unique. You get to be really up close with the big cats! Definitely worth checking out a few times every year.
  • It's a small zoo with big animals. I mean really big ones.πŸ¦πŸ―πŸ…πŸ». It is located very close to the bust road, but very easy to be missed. Make a visit here if you are visiting Spokane. Im glad the animals found home, but only sad thing is I wish they had a bigger house to stayβ˜ΉοΈπŸ™.