Petting Lion and Tiger Cubs
When you pay to pet a cub, what are you really supporting?
This video shows you how people pimp out tiger cubs to support themselves while making no provisions for the lifetime care of the big cats they are breeding and buying.
Watch this video about two such pay to play schemes run by Kathy Stearns of Dade City's Wild Things and Joe Schreibvogel of G.W. Exotics. Read More
Circus Life..."Captive" Entertainment
Circus Life...Step Right up to the Greatest Show of Exploitation on Earth!
USDA only requires that a cage for a wild animal be large enough that the animal be able to stand and turn around in the cage.
They allow even smaller enclosures for the purpose of travel....
Big Cats can be confined to cages that are too small to even stand up and turn around in for up to 60 days. If the cat is let out into the ring to perform, or into an exercise yard, then Read More
Lion Burger Served For World Cup: Purveyor Has Done Time For Tiger & Leopard Meat
First Posted: 06-23-10 11:28 PM | Updated: 06-24-10 01:22 AM
An Arizona restaurant is serving a World Cup-inspired Lion Burger, and the provenance of the lion meat is suspect.
The internet has been bubbling all day long on word of a restaurant in Mesa, Arizona serving a World Cup-inspired Lion Burger. The tale was first brought to use by the British tabloids, of all places (here are the Telegraph, the Sun, and the Daily Telegraph, Read More
Cruel world of the tiger trade
By KATE JACKSON
Published: 24 May 2010
IN A dingy market stall in southern Tibet, a trader empties out a sack full of bones.
These pitiful relics were once a magnificent tiger, roaming wild and free.
Now sold on the black market to be used in medicines and Tiger wine, these bones can fetch around £600 per kilo
It's a sickening sight.
At the turn of the twentieth century, there were estimated to be over 100,000 tigers in the wild. Now that figure has dwindled Read More
Slide Show on Cat Laws
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My First Day in the Capitol
Hi, my name is Nikki Benoit and while I have been involved in the Obama campaign (as an individual and not on behalf of any organization) I had never gone to our state's capitol to be a voice for the animals in person. The Humane Society of the United States sponsored a Lobby Day in Tallahassee, FL to help others like me understand how the process works and what I could do to make a difference for the animals. This is my summary of the experience:
I had a fantastic experience and received an Read More
HELP SAVE THE TIGER & BOBCAT
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, also known as CITES, is an international treaty designed to control and regulate international trade in certain animal and plant species that are now or potentially may be threatened with extinction.
Currently, 175 countries, including the United States, are parties to CITES. The Convention calls for biennial meetings in which one of the functions is to consider amendments to the lists of species Read More
Are there lions and tigers in your neighborhood?
The private possession of exotic big cats in the USA is a huge problem. Only 18 states ban the ownership of big cats from bobcats to tigers, these cats are often kept in substandard conditions, exploited and live miserable lives.
Watch this video and find out if it's legal to privately own big cat in YOUR state.
To help us end this abuse please visit State and Federal Big Cat Laws Read More
Ligers, Tigers and Lions - The Big Cat Problem
Big Cat Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity dedicated to the care of exotic cats. We provide a permanent home for unwanted wildcats and we educate the public in order to eliminate the causes of abandonment and abuse. The images of exploitation and horrid conditions in the video above were filmed in places where we had been asked to rescue big cats; but we cannot save them all.
Your voice for better laws and your tax deductible donations will make it possible Read More
Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act
H.R. 669: Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act. To prevent the introduction and establishment of nonnative wildlife species that negatively impact the economy, environment, or other animal species' or human health, and for other purposes.
This will NOT affect hamsters, guinea pigs, etc. so don't drink the KoolAid the animal dealers are trying to sell you. The bill is to allow the US Fish & Wildlife Svc come up with a list of truly dangerous invasive animals that Read More