MSDS for products that are typically used in an animal sanctuary or zoo. These are the products and Material Data Safety Sheets used by Big Cat Rescue.
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Big Cat Care
Big Cat Rescue has evolved since its inception in 1992. By 1997 we had seen enough of the abuse and abandonment caused by the pet trade that we had previously engaged in to know that there was no reason to breed exotic animals for lives in cages. As a result we increased our efforts through spaying, neutering and cage building to ensure that we would no longer be a part of the problem. As we have continued to learn about the causes of so much suffering we have become active in stopping the exotic pet trade through education Read More
Big Cat Rescue’s Animal Acquisition Policy
Our board asks the following list of questions when considering a rescue situation:
• Is it a cat?
• Has this cat been with us before?
• Are we financially able and staff stable enough to take on this commitment?
• Will the owner surrender the permits and sign a contract not to own or use another exotic cat?
• Is this acquisition a governmental seizure?
• What are the legal ramifications?
• Is ownership un-contested?
• Is transport possible? (we can only receive Read More
Female Siberian/Bengal Tiger
Read tributes to China Doll here: https://sites.google.com/site/bigcattributes/home/china-doll-tiger
When China Doll's owners discovered that they were going to have a baby and be dealing with terminal illness in their family, they asked Big Cat Rescue to take their tiger and 8 cougars and we did.
Even people who could afford to give proper care to these cats in large cages, good food and vitamins Read More
In Big Cat Rescue’s work to end abuse of big cats, attacks by the exhibitors, breeders and those who selfishly want to own exotic cats demonstrate just how effectively we are achieving our goal. Why do these people spend time, energy and money making absurdly false statements about Big Cat Rescue?
Because we are winning!
Societal values evolve and change over time. It typically starts out slowly, with a few people questioning the societal norm, then builds at an increasingly rapid pace. There was a time, not that long ago, when slavery Read More
哈爾濱，中國 - 遊客塞進車裡，歷時他們通過一系列的門進入一個封閉的，冰雪覆蓋的領域。幾分鐘之內，公交_修改，以便在鋼筋籠蓋的窗口_被包圍了20多只東北虎。
由於不人道的，因為這一幕二月可能會出現，這是每一天在中國的“老虎養殖場。 Read More
It seems to be a lot easier to start a Google Hangout than to Join One
For my Cat Chat guests, here is what you will need to join me on a Live Google Hangout on Air:
If we haven't already picked a time, please do so here: https://www.timetrade.com/book/VQ7N6
You will need a gmail account, a webcam (usually preinstalled on any laptop) or a device, like the Logitech c910 and a good Internet connection.
You will also need a cheap headset; just the two little earbuds and wire that plug into your smart phone or music player are Read More
Male Jungle Cat
2/22/99 - 10/13/14
Rambo came to Big Cat Rescue on 12/5/99. He was bred for the pet trade. His owner had sent him to live with her daughter who died unexpectedly and his primary caregiver became the 12 year old grand daughter. She and her relatives agreed that they did not want to see Rambo exploited as part of a hybridization breeding plan for profit and asked if he could come live at Big Cat Rescue.
He is very talkative and loves to carry on conversations with his keepers.
Most Read More
I was up most of the night after seeing the image at the bottom of this page, so stop at the big Red Warning label below if you don't want to see something you can never un-see. I leave a lot of room after the warning so you won't accidentally see that awful image, so please read this through and just stop at the huge red letters.
Bobcat rehab is the most rewarding, most challenging and most gut wrenching part of our work at Big Cat Rescue.
The moment a call comes in about a bobcat in distress the tension starts to mount. Is it really Read More
Injured Bobcat Rescued - Euthanized
3/22/14 10:57 am a call comes in from someone named Stacie who says she is watching a bobcat, in a ditch across from her house in Northport, FL (1hr 17min away) and he is limping and has blood dripping from his leg. She says her father walked right up to the cat and it didn't run, so I asked her to text me a photo and it was a bobcat. The cat looked to be in pain, but was sitting in the grass and the photo was blurry, so I didn't know how bad the injury might be.
We sprang into action and loaded Read More