Cat Tales Zoological Park

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  • Cat Tales Zoological Park is a nonprofit big cat sanctuary and wildlife rescue center. Home to dozens of native, exotic and/or endangered big cats, black bears, small mammals and exotic birds. Walk within 8 feet of the animals. We offer up close big cat and black bear feeding adventures (fee and age restrictions apply), "Cats of the World" museum and nature store, group tours, picnic area and free parking.

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    General Information
    • Handicap Accessible: Yes
    • Distance from Airport: 20 Miles
    • Distance from Downtown: 12 Miles
    Hours (Visit website to verify hours)
    • Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 10am-5pm (Closed Mondays)
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    • Average Adult Ticket Price: $$ ($9 - $15)
    • Average Child Ticket Price: $ ($8 & Under)
    • Senior Discount: Yes
    • Military Discount: Yes
    • Restrooms Available: Yes
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    • Motorcoach Parking: Yes
    Attractions
    • Guide Provided/Available: Yes
    • Max Group Size: 150
    • Minimum Group Size: 1
    • Suggested Length of Visit: One to two hours
    • Group Discount Available: Yes
    • Cat Tales Zoological Park
    • Date: August 21, 2017
    • Address: 17020 N Newport Hwy, Mead, WA 99021
    • Phone: (509) 238-4126
    • Admission: $10/adult, $5/child
    • 9 am-noon

    See how the animals react during the Solar Eclipse. This is a great opportunity to film or photograph animal behavior during this natural experience.