Carole Baskin Discusses Some Recent Rescues
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Fencer Bobcat Rescue
Reise Cougar Rescue Slideshow
This folder of images will be updated as they come in from the Big Cat Rescue team. Read Reise' s story here. Read More
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A BIG CAT FACILITY GOES UNDER?
Hardly a week goes by now that there isn't a case in the news of a big cat facility that was once considered a haven for the animals rescued has found itself over run with animals that there are no funds to provide for.
People love a good rescue story and they want to be involved. They will volunteer or donate to facilities that are in the public eye doing the heart pounding rescues because it makes them feel good about themselves. They are instantly gratified with the rescue of Read More
DeNiro Im-purr-sonator on Big Cat Ban
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Tiger Toting Felon at Denver County Fair
If you were the director of the Denver County Fair in Colorado, wouldn’t you research the people and acts you were bringing in and promoting? Wouldn’t you take 5 minutes to find out if the person bringing tiger cubs to your fair year after year is a convicted felon on multiple counts? Wouldn’t you be concerned that the USDA has filed a lawsuit against Read More
In Washington, DC and at the Sanctuary
Flavio, the world's oldest tiger enjoying 2.5 acre Vacation Rotation enclosure
Meeting with staffers and key people to ban the abuse and private ownership of big cats.
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What is Killing Tiger Cubs?
It could be you!
Put an end to big cat abuse and the extinction of wild cats at BigCatBan.com
Crikey! Tigers have been disappearing at alarming rates!
A hundred years ago there were 100,000 tigers living in Asia, but now there are fewer than 3,200!
I’ve been beating the bushes, talking to trackers, consulting with Interpol and I’ve figured out why tigers are disappearing in the wild.
It’s that ego driven, Read More
When Darnell Docket, a player for the Arizona Cardinals, became what we consider to be the poster child for over paid sports' figures, behaving badly toward animals, by announcing that he had bought a tiger to show off at games, it caused a lot of people to ask the question, "Is it legal to buy a tiger?"
After spending the last 20 years rescuing lions, tigers and other exotic cats, I am left bewildered by the existing laws; or maybe, more precisely, by the lack of enforcement of existing laws.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service states that:
"Unless Read More
Tigers vs Sharks
Today at Big Cat Rescue Aug 1 2013 Shark Week Video
China Hosts International Tiger Conference
Unbeknownst to many, July 29 was the fourth annual International Tiger Day. In commemoration, representatives from the 13 countries where tigers still exist held a conference in Kunming to discuss protecting the largest cat species on earth.
The meeting, somewhat hilariously named the International Workshop for Transboundary Conservation of Tigers and Other Endangered Species, and the Read More
Cat Chat Show 14
1. The most exciting news is that our Senate bill S 1381 was introduced by Senator Blumental yesterday. It is the companion bill for the House version HR 1998 of the Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act.
This bill would ban the private possession of big cats.
It would ban public contact with the big cats and their cubs.
It would grandfather in existing cat owners, but they can't buy or breed more.
People can send a quick and easy letter to both the House Read More
Everything you’ve been told about this exotic, royal, endangered species is wrong.
By Jackson Landers|Posted Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, at 11:04 AM
A white tiger is a striking creature. Tigers are always impressive animals, but when you take away the orange, the result is a big cat that looks like a phantom out of a dream. They seem almost magical, and yet I firmly believe that the world would be a better place if there was not a single white tiger in it.
There are only about 4,000 tigers, at most, remaining in the wild. Yet Read More
Operation Wild Web
More than 150 people faces charges as officials seize endangered tiger pelt, elephant ivory
USFWS/Associated Press - The undated handout photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) shows a Sumatran tiger skin/California confiscated by the USFWS. More than 150 people face federal and state charges after authorities disrupted wildlife trafficking operations involving tiger and leopard pelts, elephant ivory and live birds. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the arrests Thursday an undercover operation Read More