In this March 6, 2013, file photo, an officer guards the gate near the entrance of Cat Haven in Dunlap, Calif., the exotic animal park in central California where a 26-year old female volunteer intern was killed by a lion.
In this March 6, 2013, file photo, an officer guards the gate near the entrance of Cat Haven in Dunlap, Calif., the exotic animal park in central California where a 26-year old female volunteer intern was killed by a lion.
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published Thursday, November 14th, 2013
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PORTLAND, Ore. — Over the past few decades, as an exotic pet trade boomed and Americans bought cute tiger cubs and baby monkeys, sanctuaries sprang up across the nation to take care of the animals that were abandoned when they reached adult-size or were no longer wanted.

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