Crazy for Cats Breakfast

Crazy for Cats Breakfast

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Crazy for Cats Breakfast featured a charming breakfast buffet from Tigerlily Catering inside the Kovler Lion House and a talk by Curator of Mammals Mark Kamhout. Kamhout discussed the different species residing in the historic animal house and how the zoo cares for the animals individually. Guests were even welcomed by Amur tiger Molly, who roared loudly several times, and introduced to Sahar, a male African lion who arrived at the zoo in 2012. Thanks to all who attended!



  Mark Kamhout
Curator of Mammals Mark Kamhout has worked at several Association of Zoos and Aquariums institutions, including Lincoln Park Zoo, Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, Michigan, and Brookfield Zoo. He’s served in various animal care roles throughout his career, working with a wide range of species. He studied zoology at Michigan State University, where he earned B.S. and M.S. degrees and studied the monitoring of black rhinos’ stress, reproductive hormones and behavior for his thesis.


Feline and Dandy Slideshow
The historic Kovler Lion House is home to several fascinating feline species. Learn more about them and the individuals who reside here.

Tiger Pawprint and Photo Sweepstakes Contest

Lucky winner Nancy Boyd took home this special pawprint and photo of Amur tiger Molly.

Good Golly, Miss Molly

To celebrate the event, the zoo held a special sweepstakes to give away a free pawprint and photo of Amur tiger Molly. Congratulations to winner and feline fan Nancy Boyd!