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Joe Taft checks on one of the tigers at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Clay County near Center Point, Ind. Thursday, Jan 23, 2014.  Taft oversees one of the biggest feline sanctuaries in the country. Every year, thousands of visitors, from busloads of elementary school kids to senior citizens, pay for tours that, in turn, pay the bills. Critical reports issued over the past two years by state and federal agencies that oversee workplace conditions and animal containment facilities raise questions about the Exotic Feline Rescue Center and leave its future uncertain.   (AP Photo, Bloomington Herald-Times, David Snodgress)

Joe Taft checks on one of the tigers at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Clay County near Center Point, Ind. Thursday, Jan 23, 2014. Taft oversees one of the biggest feline sanctuaries in the country. Every year, thousands of visitors, from busloads of elementary school kids to senior citizens, pay for tours that, in turn, pay the bills. Critical reports issued over the past two years by state and federal agencies that oversee workplace conditions and animal containment facilities raise questions about the Exotic Feline Rescue Center and leave its future uncertain. (AP Photo, Bloomington Herald-Times, David Snodgress)

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