March 21, 2011

VANCOUVER, March 21 /PRNewswire/ – Wildcat Silver Corporation (TSX-V: WS) (“Wildcat” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce the results of the
first three drill holes completed on the Company’s flagship Hermosa
property (formerly the Hardshell project)* located in Santa Cruz
County, Arizona.

“We are very encouraged with these drill results,” Wildcat’s President
and CEO, Chris Jones said. “Initial indications show that the size and
extent of the Hermosa silver deposit is expanding. We plan to continue
an aggressive drilling program throughout the remainder of the year and
believe we can significantly increase the resource as the deposit
remains open in all directions.”

To date, 23 holes have been drilled for a total of 6,250 metres.  At
this time, three holes with full assays are available to be reported,
of which two holes (Hole HDS-111B and HDS-119) are step-out holes.

Step-out hole HDS-111B is located on the western edge of the current
resource and was successful in extending the known mineralization to
the west.  Hole HDS-111B intersected 19.8 metres of 282.8 g/t silver, 7.99% manganese, 1.64% zinc, 2.37%
lead, and 0.17% copper
within an interval of 32 metres averaging 186.2 g/t silver, 6.29%
manganese, 1.29% zinc, 1.5% lead and 0.11% copper.

Of particular note, step-out hole HDS-119 was drilled to the northeast
of the current Hermosa deposit suggesting that silver mineralization
continues across the northwest-southeast American Fault. An upper zone
encountered 6.1 metres averaging 377.2 g/t silver, 0.02% manganese, 0.02% zinc,
0.64% lead and 0.03% copper
within an interval of 12.2 metres of 220.5 g/t silver, 0.10% manganese,
0.01% zinc, 0.61% lead, and 0.03% copper. In the lower mineral horizon,
this hole encountered 9.1 metres of 305.5 g/t silver in addition to 21.12% manganese, 1.28%
zinc, 2.39% lead, and 0.36% copper
.  This intersection was within a broader interval of 24.3 metres which
averaged 139.9 g/t silver, 15.30% manganese, 5.75% zinc, 1.43% lead and
0.19% copper.

Hole HDS-122 is located in the southern extent of the current resource
and confirms continuity between widely spaced holes in the southern
portion of the deposit. Hole HDS-122 encountered 18.4 metres of 218.4 g/t silver, 8.64% manganese, 1.21% zinc, 0.70% lead
and 0.05% copper

The Company intends to continue to aggressively drill to the end of the
year as mineralization remains open in all directions.  Exploration
efforts will primarily focus on step-out drilling with the objective of
significantly expanding the current resource. Wildcat now has four
drills operating on the property (two core and two reverse

A summary of the drill results are provided below:

    |       |         |  From  |   To   |Interval| Cu | Pb | Zn |  Mn | Ag  |
    | DH_ID |         |(metres)|(metres)|(metres)| %  | %  | %  |   % | g/t |
    |HDS-111|         |   13.7 |   45.7 |   32.0 |0.11|1.5 |1.29|6.29 |186.2|
    |       |includes:|   13.7 |   33.5 |   19.8 |0.17|2.37|1.64|7.99 |282.8|
    |HDS-119|         |   47.3 |   59.5 |   12.2 |0.03|0.61|0.01|0.10 |220.5|
    |       |includes:|   48.8 |   54.9 |   6.1  |0.03|0.64|0.02|0.02 |377.2|
    |   and |         |  166.2 |  190.5 |   24.3 |0.19|1.43|5.75|15.30|139.9|
    |       |includes:|  166.2 |  175.3 |   9.1  |0.36|2.39|1.28|20.12|305.5|
    |HDS-122|         |   99.0 |  117.4 |   18.4 |0.05|0.70|1.21|8.64 |218.4|

* Wildcat’s flagship property, formerly the Hardshell project, has been
renamed the “Hermosa project”. The new name reflects the increased size
and scope of the project since it was acquired and the Company believes
the new name more appropriately reflects the district rather than the
originally named historic mine.

Qualified Person

The results of Wildcat’s drilling results have been reviewed, verified
and compiled by Don Taylor, MSc., PG, vice president of exploration for
Wildcat Silver, a qualified person as defined by National Instrument
43-101 (NI 43-101). Mr. Taylor has more than 25 years of mineral
exploration and mining experience, and is a Licensed Professional
Geologist in several US states.

Assays and Quality Assurance/Quality Control

To ensure reliable sample results, Wildcat has a rigorous QA/QC program
in place that monitors the chain-of-custody of samples and includes the
insertion of blanks, duplicates, and certified reference standards in
each batch of samples. Core is photographed and split in half with
one-half retained in a secured facility for verification purposes.
Sample preparation (crushing and pulverizing) is performed at Skyline
Laboratories, an ISO/IEC accredited lab located in Tucson, Arizona.
Skyline Laboratories prepares two pulps of all samples and completes
analysis of one pulp sample by ICP for Cu% (copper), Pb% (lead), Zn%
(zinc) and Mn% (manganese). The second pulp is shipped to Inspectorate
Labs, an ISO: 9001-2008 accredited laboratory in Reno, Nevada, where
the duplicate pulp is analyzed for Au (gold) and Ag (silver).  Silver
values are determined by fire assay (1 AT) with an AA finish.  For all
samples that assay greater than 200 ppm Ag, the sample is re-run using
fire assay (1 AT) with a gravimetric finish.

About Wildcat

Wildcat Silver is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on
development of Hermosa, its 80% owned silver project located in Santa
Cruz County, Arizona. The project currently has an indicated mineral
resource of 6.0 million tonnes averaging 187.8 grams per tonne silver
for a total of 36 million ounces of silver in addition to an inferred
mineral resource of 46.3 million tonnes averaging 58.6 grams per tonne
silver for a total of 85 million ounces of silver. The Company has
completed an updated preliminary economic assessment which contemplates
an 18 year mine life with expected annual production in excess of 6
million ounces of silver for the first full six years of production.

Wildcat trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol WS.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as
that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange)
accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


The statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking
statements involving known and unknown risks and uncertainties that
could cause actual results to vary materially from targeted results.
Such risks and uncertainties include those described from time to time
in Wildcat’s latest annual report and management discussion and
analysis. Wildcat assumes no obligation to publicly update any
forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information,
future events or otherwise.


A preliminary economic assessment is preliminary in nature and includes
inferred mineral resources. Inferred mineral resources have a great
amount of uncertainty as to their existence and as to their economic
and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that an inferred mineral
resource will have the economic consideration applied that would enable
it to be categorized in the mineral reserve category, and there is no
certainty that the preliminary assessment will be realized.

SOURCE Wildcat Silver Corporation

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