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17020 North Newport Highway, Mead

Admission to Cat Tales Zoological Park (Up to 37% Off). Six Options Available.

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Highlights

Founded in early 1991, Cat Tales Zoological Park gives a chance to see and feed big and exotic cats

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Londatop reviewer
8 ratings5 reviews
June 7, 2021
The employees were very friendly. I enjoyed seeing all the animals and talking with the staff. I just wish the space would have been larger and the animals could have roamed around instead of being caged up. Have their living areas much larger and in a place where they could roam around more. Otherwise, it was a good visit, glad I did it.
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Gabrielle
2 ratings1 reviews
May 28, 2021
My little family had a great time. The animals are amazing to look at, and everyone as super informative. As we left we where already planning our next visit to Cat Tales.
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Lisa
3 ratings3 reviews
March 26, 2021
Most wonderful little jewel in the area! Not too big you can easily see it all in less than two hours but it’s just amazing. Highly recommend
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Lisatop reviewer
26 ratings9 reviews2 photos
November 30, 2020
Private tour during COVID was wonderful. Very relaxing & got to learn a lot about these well cared for animals. Buddy & Jovie the Artic Foxes and Todd the Red Fox stole the show from the big cats! The brown bear feeding was a blast. Go see for yourself! It’s a much closer experience than your typical zoo.
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jessehelpful reviewer
5 ratings2 reviews
October 30, 2020
Very informational and up close to the animals. Son enjoyed feeding the tiger. Brought packaged meat to donate as Cat Tales has that need. We had a private package experience due to COVID measures. Worth the money as it helps animals that have been rescued from illegal pet trade.
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merrileetop reviewer
15 ratings9 reviews
October 10, 2020
Amazing experience!!!
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Kellytop reviewer
15 ratings8 reviews
September 13, 2020
We had such a great job seeing and learning about all the amazing animals here! They are well taken care of and the staff is both knowledgeable and friendly.
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Ioane
1 ratings1 reviews
September 3, 2020
Beautiful animals..
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About This Deal

  • General admission for children aged 4–12 is $7; free admission for children under 4
  • Big cats are fed meat and bears are fed fresh fruit while on these adventures. A keeper will be with guests at all times to ensure safety as well as to answer questions.
  • Must be 8 or older to take part in the Siberian Tiger adventure and 6 or older for the Black Bear adventure.
Cat Tales Zoological Park’s COVID-19 Precautions
  • Cat Tales Zoological Park is temporarily closed.

  • Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Cat Tales Zoological Park’s website, Facebook, or contact them for their latest guidelines.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Cat Tales Zoological Park

When Mike & Debbie Wyche started Cat Tales Zoological Park in 1991, they were a small animal sanctuary operating out of a house. Guests would park in the front driveway, observe the cats in the backyard, then check out the humble gift shop in the living room. Over time, their attendance slowly increased as did their cat family as over 35 big cats along with a variety lizards, goats, and more now call the sanctuary home. They make it their mission to provide a safe and secure home for these amazing animals while also educating and training professional zoological staff so they can carry on the legacy of caring for these creatures.