Take the Tiger Selfie Challenge! You remember the Ice Bucket Challenge, don’t you? It was a crazy, popular way to raise awareness about Lou Gherig’s Disease, that started in 2014 and has already raised more than 100,000 million dollars for ALS research. Just yesterday Boston Mayor Marty Walsh took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge—and challenged Republican […]
Kids for Big Cats
We’d like to introduce you to a new feature section that we will bring to you occasionally. We’re proud to report that the compassion and drive to save the big cats is alive and well and really vibrant in the hearts and minds of our younger generation.
Digital Books Big Cat Rescue has begun publishing iBooks for iPad on iTunes and on Amazon for the Kindle. Some of them are free. All of them have photos of the cats who call Big Cat Rescue home. We hope you enjoy this new venture and will share the books, and this link, with your family […]
On June 7, 2008 the Ed Department enjoyed hosting a visit from the Friends for Florida. Emily, Nick, Jordan, Jeremy & Cameron requested a tour to see our cats, and present a donation. Todd Mark, the group advisor said that this group started when his son was asking important questions about the wrongs he would […]
The Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School of Palo Alto, California has an inspiring program and some amazing students. Seventh graders presented $57,000 to 46 charities at their annual Avodah L’Olam (work for the world) ceremony. Students raised funds through a variety of activities and then voted to determine the final allocation to the various […]
The Earth Force Club of Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg is advised by Mr. Michael Andrusis . His students are dedicated to helping preserve the natural surroundings we all enjoy. Since his class attended a field trip here in October they decided we would be a good choice for their donation. The students raised funds […]
We have two supporters we’d like you to know about. They’ve inspired us by their generous spirits. Dana Clements, a 3rd grade teacher at Westchase Elementary created a fundraiser with her class and Mrs. West’s AGP classes participated. They sold freezer pops. They made over $400.00. The students each made a poster to be displayed […]