4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary


              Tammy Thies, founder and executive director of The Wildcat Sanctuary, feeds bits of meat to lion cubs who were rescued from the war in Ukraine by the International Fund for Animal Welfare as they adjust to their new home at The Wildcat Sanctuary, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 in Sandstone, Minn. The cubs, who are orphans, were bound for the pet trade and spent the last three weeks at Poland's Poznan Zoo before flying to Minnesota. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Lion cubs who were rescued from the war in Ukraine by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, adjust to their new home at The Wildcat Sanctuary, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 in Sandstone, Minn. The cubs, who are orphans, were bound for the pet trade and spent the last three weeks at Poland's Poznan Zoo before flying to Minnesota. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Lion cubs who were rescued from the war in Ukraine by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, adjust to their new home at The Wildcat Sanctuary, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 in Sandstone, Minn. The cubs, who are orphans, were bound for the pet trade and spent the last three weeks at Poland's Poznan Zoo before flying to Minnesota. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Lion cubs who were rescued from the war in Ukraine by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, adjust to their new home at The Wildcat Sanctuary, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 in Sandstone, Minn. The cubs, who are orphans, were bound for the pet trade and spent the last three weeks at Poland's Poznan Zoo before flying to Minnesota. (Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via AP)