Paintings by big cats, bears go for $1,706, help out tigers

Posted: January 3, 2013 at 12:59 a.m.

Zeus, a white tiger, licks at edible paint on a piece of art sold during an online auction to benefit Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge near Eureka Springs. Refuge interns spray perfume on canvas to persuade the animals to “paint.”

Constrained by the aesthetic limitations of paw painting, the animals at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge are putting other body parts into their art.

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Northwest Arkansas, Pages 7 on 01/03/2013


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Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge should approach Calvin Klein for a corporate donation. Seriously.

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