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Most-ImportantThis bill called the Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act is the most important piece of legislation to ever be introduced to protect lions, tigers and other exotic wild cats from being kept as pets and in miserable roadside zoos. It ended the 113th Congressional session with more than 120 co sponsors.  Now we are working to re introduce the bill in early 2015.

 

 

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Big Cat Rescue, one of the world’s largest accredited sanctuaries for exotic cats, is a leading advocate in ending the abuse of captive big cats and saving wild cats from extinction.  We are home to about 100 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars,servals and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.

The Ugly Truth Behind Khloe Kardashian's Tiger Cub Selfie

Thank you to The Dodo for covering this story, which happens all too often -- a celebrity posing with a captive tiger or lion cub(s) for publicity.

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You can politely comment on Khloe's Facebook page here: on.fb.me/1d2KnlP

Actor Kellen Lutz just did the same thing with lion cubs at a pseudo-sanctuary in Mexico that claims to rescue cubs but does not spay/neuter them and allows them to live together. TRUE sanctuaries do not let their cats breed. You can politely comment on Kellen's Facebook page here: on.fb.me/1d2Kpdt
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Big Cat RescueREMINDER: Giving logical and reasoning responses will do more to further the educational efforts than rudeness or name calling. Voice your opinion by explaining to people why this is wrong. It will go a lot further than just angry words. Please keep the comments constructive so that people will actually listen to you and want to understand the issue better. Info on this link can help you do that: bigcatrescue.org/cubs/2 hours ago   ·  26
Big Cat RescueREMINDER: Giving logical and reasoning responses will do more to further the educational efforts than rudeness or name calling. Voice your opinion by explaining to people why this is wrong. It will go a lot further than just angry words. Please keep the comments constructive so that people will actually listen to you and want to understand the issue better. Info on this link can help you do that: bigcatrescue.org/cubs/3 hours ago   ·  12
Big Cat RescueHere is a link to a fact sheet you can print and share with your friends: bigcatrescue.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/FactsheetBigCatsHandling_rev.1.pdf3 hours ago   ·  7
Big Cat RescueHere is a link filled with info that will help you educate your friends and family about this very important issue: bigcatrescue.org/cubs/3 hours ago   ·  7
Big Cat RescuePlease keep your language clean or your comment will be removed. We have TONS of kids who visit our page each day. Thank you!3 hours ago   ·  18
Lise WertliebAre you speaking about "black jaguar white tiger?" I have often wondered about their practices, and would like to know your opinions. They claim all their cubs from rescue situations, mostly Mexican circuses.3 hours ago   ·  2
Jaime Fesler CarderFeel free to leave educational comments on Kellan Lutz, Austin Mahone and Becky G's pages as well. I've seen a tiger cub video and big cat selfies from all three yesterday and today. Ignorant, influential celebrities.3 hours ago   ·  11
Juan TenorioAre you talking about the white tiger Black panther "sanctuary"?3 hours ago   ·  4
Ben StanleyWhat are your hours on Saturday?3 hours ago
Edie MascoloWhat can you expect from this disgusting family? They are a bunch of narcissitics? me, me, is all they care about .3 hours ago   ·  52
Rachel JonesIgnorant, and just plain wrong!! Wild animals are not meant to be pets or tools to get attention!! I would say I wish the cub would eat her, but I don't think plastic and botox are good for cats!3 hours ago   ·  15
Cidney AcostaTiger: "here, let me lick the fake off your face."3 hours ago   ·  16
Diane ValentineAll this family does is show the younger generation what you can do if you had millions of bucks and no education no morals , no accountability, no kindness , no giving to the poor on and on and on and on3 hours ago   ·  16
Elaine Hopperi hope it bites her3 hours ago   ·  12
Bill Harknessthat family will do ANYTHING to stay in the public eye even something so low and using a poor captive animal to get their own fake face on camera........ enough is ENOUGH of this family it is time for them to leave the spotlight!!3 hours ago   ·  21
Holly SmithDISLIKE,3 hours ago   ·  6
Andrea TeranThese people are so selfish and inconsiderate.3 hours ago   ·  5
Vikki RosenbaumKlhoe Kardashian another clueless talentless self-centered compassionless poor excuse for a human being.2 hours ago   ·  4
April BrandenburgIdiot3 hours ago   ·  3
Josh WilsonPeople need to show respect to these amazing big cats.2 hours ago
Matt HughesKhloe's the fat one, I'd be more worried she got hungry and tried to eat the cat.2 hours ago
Sarah Angers HurtThis may seem ignorant, are the big cats in zoos neutered or spayed? Or because males and females are separated it's not an issue of population?2 hours ago
Meg HancockI think that people like this need to spend at least 3 months on a 12 hour shift, 7 days a week at an animal shelter. Maybe, just maybe, they will learn that animals are not things....3 hours ago   ·  3
Kregian Vareare P. MiralI have a question. Why do you say that TRUE sanctuaries don't allow their cats to breed? Does that mean that sanctuaries won't be able to help in saving or at least giving the population of such beautiful cats the chance to rise? I have it my mind that the rescued animals in the sanctuaries are allowed to breed & that they're not spayed nor neutered for that case. Could you please clear up my confusion? Thank you so much.2 hours ago
Sherry Geer KellyThey are trash. Poor animals.3 hours ago   ·  2

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