Cat Tales is currently temporarily closed to the General Public due to Covid-19 restrictions and mandates. We are offering Private Tours for groups of up to 5 with reservations and/or by appointment only. Tours can be booked online square.site/book/1QS1K1GJSKQ63/cat-tales-wildlife-mead-wa or by phone between the hours of 10:30 - 2:00 (509) 238-4126
We are currently offering a chance to feed one of our Black Bears during your Private Tour. Guests must be 6 years of age or older. There is an additional fee of $10 per person. Guests are required to wear masks. Gloves and other protection required will be provided.
LION AND TIGER ADVENTURES
We are currently offering a chance to feed one of our Tigers during your Private Tour. Guests must be 8 years of age or older. There is an additional fee of $10 per person. Guests are required to wear masks. Gloves and other protection required will be provided.
Lion Adventures are currently on hold.
Feeling adventurous and brave?
Cat Tales offers the chance to feed one of our tigers or lions a special treat for only $10.00 per person. Siberian tiger siblings Tuga and Koshka, Bengal tiger Tigger and lioness Nala take turns being the choice big cat for this special adventure.
But wait - are bears are more your style? If so, our bear adventure will allow you to feed one of our black bears - Oscar or Oso - for just $10.00 per person.
Our big cats are fed meat and our bears are fed fresh fruit while on these adventures. A keeper will be with you at all times to insure your safety as well as to answer any of your questions.
Please note that the minimum age for our big cat adventure is eight years old, and the minimum age for our bear adventure is six years old.
Adventures can be purchased in our Gift Shop during your visit. ** **(The animals get fed their dinners at ~2:30 and so we stop the Big Cat and Black Bear Adventures at about 2:00)
Depending on how busy we are, you should expect a short wait after purchase. We want to be able to spend time with you and others. Also the Big Cats are still cats and they often times have their own 'schedule.'