It's nearing the end of summer, but certainly not the end of our battle for the welfare of the cats. Preventing cruelty, educating the public, as well as preserving the cats' quality of life, are on-going challenges. But, we are fit for the tasks. We have progress to report to you in many ways from the rehab and release of a bobcat and crucial legislation, to the lighter side about our Fall gala event, the Fur Ball.
Carole Baskin, Founder
A Little Faith Completes the Journey
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We may have escaped the wrath of Katrina at the sanctuary, but our hearts go out to the people and animals affected. Saturday 9/17 at 1:30 we are offering a $10.00 tour for all ages with the proceeds to go to HSUS' DART and UAN's EARS teams in their rescue efforts. Come help us, help them. More HERE.
We are forging ahead into Fall with enthusiam about our upcoming Fur Ball and many promising opportunities concerning the big cats. We invite you to read on, enjoy, and support us in the ways that your talents and resources allow. Many Read More
We hope you enjoyed your 4th of July celebration. We celebrate each day that we can provide for the rescue and well-being of the 142 exotic cats that call Big Cat Rescue home. It's a daunting task, but we want to thank you for all you do to keep our gates open and our cats' needs met. This month's AdvoCat reports to you on our mission statement, our summer campers, incredible acts of service, the Fur Ball and more. Enjoy reading it and don't let summer go by without coming out to see us for a tour!
Carole Baskin, Founder
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Cat Tales NKA The Big Cat Times
Cat Tales is a quarterly newsletter that goes out to all 20,000 of our supporters. For your free copy, fill out the form HERE.
When Things Look Their Bleakest, Have Faith
A Special Delivery
On December 2nd swaddled within an American Flag towel, a tiny kitten was rushed from the calm dark night into the bright lights of the West-Boensch Cat Hospital at Big Cat Rescue. A busy whirl of procedures followed in an effort to revive the lifeless ball of fur. Limp and showing signs of starvation and dehydration Read More
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Cat Tales December 2003
WildLife On Easy Street Is Now Big Cat Rescue
We spent much of the last two years agonizing over whether we could afford to move out to the middle of nowhere to escape urban sprawl. (We decided to stay where we are.) For the first time, we thought about our name. If we had to move away from Easy Street our name wouldn’t make much sense. The more we thought about that, the more we realized Read More