Happy Father's Day from Big Cat Rescue
The cats and crew at Big Cat Rescue would like to say Happy Father's Day to all who help us care for the cats. On BigCatFun.com there are a lot of freebies and goodies for your family. Right now you can get a special item for Father's Day 2012. You can download one zip file to your computer. After you download the single zip file double click it to unzip it. Unzip it into a folder of your choice. You can then burn all the files onto a CD or copy them to a USB thumb drive and give it Read More
Happy Mother's Day
Celebrate Your Mother with one of these Wildly Unique Gifts
If you are like me, you have given your mother a lot of really useless gifts over the years, like that necklace you made out of macaroni, the clay cat statue from 3rd grade, and all of the sappy signs and dust collectors her shelves can hold. This year, how about giving her something really terrific that helps the big cats too?
Roar Reserve wines are the purr-fect way to show mom you care.
The Roar Reserve wines available include – Cabernet Sauvignon Read More
AdvoCat 2012 04 is the April news about everything happening at Big Cat Rescue. Read More
Two Blind Bobcats Rescued
Not one, but two, blind bobcats have made their way to Big Cat Rescue this Spring.
On December 5th, Rufus, a 2 month old male bobcat kitten, was found on the side of a South Carolina road after he had been hit by a car. His jaw was broken and he was comatose. He was taken to Carolina Wildlife Care in Columbia South Carolina where he was treated for his injuries. His jaw was set and wired in place and he was tube fed once he awoke from the coma. After several weeks of recuperating, it became Read More
Wild Thing, I think I love you...
It’s not too late to get your sweetheart the purr-fect gift. Order by 10 PM tonight and get a Wild Thing Gift Set just in time for Valentine’s Day. For $25 you will receive a Wild Thing Gift Set which includes a beautiful glossy color Big Cat Kissing Booth print and a cuddly soft big cat plush toy.
Didn’t order in time or worried this gift will not arrive by Valentine’s Day? No need to fret. You can order a digital version of the Big Cat Kissing Booth photo that you can download Read More
Out with the Old in with the New
According to the National Christmas Tree Assosiation, Americans purchased a whopping 27 million Christmas trees in 2010 spending an average of $36 per tree for a grand total of $976 million! Where do all of those trees go once the holidays are over? A lot of places actually. Discarded Christmas trees are mulched for landscaping use, used whole on shorelines to prevent soil erosion, and even burned to produce electricity. Did you know that the big cats like Christmas trees? They more than like them, they love them! Read More
3 Connecting Tunnels, 2 Enclosure Additions, and a Leopard Jungle Gym
It has been a busy month for Big Cat Rescue. As always, during the holidays, we receive many more visitors to the sanctuary, which is great because we are able to share the stories of the cats and inform the public how they can help put an end to the abuse of big cats in captivity! Big Cat Rescuers have also been very busy enhancing the lives of the cats residing at the sanctuary.
A few of the most recent projects included an enclosure addition for Purr-sistance the ocelot Read More
100 Cars for Good Benefits 100 Big Cats
We want to send out a huge THANK YOU to everyone who voted for us in Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good contest. Big Cat Rescue won and celebrated with Stadium Toyota last Wednesday night.
This Toyota Tundra will go a long way in helping the big cats from hauling supplies, to taking cats to the vet, to cross-country rescue trips!
More photos of the celebration.
Zanesville Massacre Sparks Change in Legislation to Protect Wild Animals
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3 New Tigers Call Big Cat Rescue Home
We are very excited to announce the rescue of three very special tigers; Amanda, Andre & Arthur.
The economic crunch has been felt nationwide by all and charities are no exception. In fact it is non-profits that are often affected first. When money becomes tight and every dollar counts, donating to a charity is the first budget cut for most individuals. These difficult financial times struck one particular sanctuary in Texas so hard that they were forced to declare bankruptcy Read More
Please Comment on Proposed Rule Change Aimed at Saving Tigers
Save the Tiger - Your Comments are Needed
The US Fish and Wildlife Service wants to hear from you. Please take just 30 seconds to visit their site and comment on a proposed rule change that will help protect tigers. This rule change will require that individuals breeding generic (not pure-bred) tigers will have to follow the same strict regulations and permitting processes that are currently required of Species Survival breeding Read More