While we could get possibly extract the DNA from this tissue - the problem remains of inserting it into a suitable living cell from which to begin. I'm not sure that there are any animals in today's world suitable for such a process. Maybe the crocodile or alligator.
There is some awesome work going on in Africa, cloning endangered wild cats, by growing stem cells from tissue gathered from a "parent" - then extracting the DNA from the egg of a domestic tabby, inserting the wild cat DNA, and placing the egg back into the domestic cat, after inseminating it with sperm manipulated in the same way. It's being done with smaller species of wild cats though. No way a standard moggie could push out a puma.
I love genetic engineering.