Cat Laws

Cat Laws

Action YOU Can Take to Save Big Cats and their Cubs

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U.S. Residents Only

Most Important Action You Can Take for Big Cats and their Cubs

Stop Big Cat Abuse (US ONLY)

Take Action buttonVisit, Call or Send an Email to your Congressional Representative asking them to champion the Big Cat Public Safety Act here:


Prevent Animal Cruelty & Torture (US ONLY)



Protect the Florida Panther

Ban Cougar Trophy Hunting in Wyoming (EVERYONE)

Ban Trophy Hunting in New Jersey (EVERYONE)

Pledge to Never Go to the Circus! (EVERYONE)

By State


Oppose Bill to Overturn Big Cat Protections

Kansas Residents Only! Senate Bill 97 seeks to overturn protections for big cats and YOU!  Please ask your Senator to vote NO on this bill. We make it easy here:


If you live in Maine, your voice is needed now to protect big cats!

Maine is taking comments from the public, but most of the people who are commenting are those who abuse animals for profit or ego. Maine officials need to hear from people who actually care about animals.  We make it easy with a sample letter, but it will have far more impact if you change the subject line and use your own words. You don’t want your feelings to be dismissed because it looks like a form letter.

Take action:

We only know 329 people in Maine who care about wildlife, so it is especially important that you take action and ask anyone you know in Maine to do the same. Deadline is June 17, 2016 so please do it now.


No Circus Exemption (MO ONLY)


Ban Cat Declawing


Ban Contact w/ Big Cats (OK ONLY)


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