Live Kitten Cams
These web cams are usually on domestic cat kittens that we are fostering for adoption, but are sometimes on the exotic cats in our on site Cat Hospital so that we can monitor their progress when they are recovering. We do not breed exotic cats. Find out why no legitimate sanctuary breeds animals.
Want to link to this page with a cute kitten button? Use the one below and link to http://bigcatrescue.org/kittens/
Most Important Big Cat Bill Ever
This bill called the Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act HR 1998 and S 1381 is the most important piece of legislation to ever be introduced to protect lions, tigers and other exotic wild cats from being kept as pets and in miserable roadside zoos. Ask your member of Congress to Co-Sponsor this bill now!
Send a quick and easy letter to your lawmaker using our sample letter asking them to support BigCatLaws.com
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Bobcat Rehab and Release
Big Cat Rescue does bobcat rehab and release of native, Florida bobcats. The video playlist below shows the great lengths we will go to in order to save bobcats and give them a second chance at living free. Search our site for the word "rehab" to see more.
Stories about some other rescued bobcats: http://bigcatrescue.org/a-boatload-of-bobcats-turns-big-cat-rescue-into-modern-day-ark/
A Baby Bobcat Named Faith
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Big Cat Rescue has been featured in the press favorably more than 1,000 times.
You can see our media mentions from 2013 here and all previous mentions here.
The following is a list of just the major media coverage.
Major National Publications and Websites
National Geographic Kids Magazine
O, The Oprah Magazine Online
U.S. News & World Report
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Big Cat Rescue Captive Wildlife Critical Incident/Disaster Plan
Contact info: Big Cat Rescue 12802 Easy Street Tampa, FL 33625 813.920.4130 fax 866.571.4523 Info@bigcatrescue.org
USDA 58-C-0814 FL ESB 578 ID# 402067429
Lat 28.061125 Long. -82.571387
Hurricane Evacuation Zone Category? NO Flood Zone? NO
Veterinarian: Dr. Liz Wynn, DVM Ehrlich Animal Hospital 8009 Gunn Hwy. Tampa, FL 33625 813.920.0566 also Dr. Justin Boorstein, DVM Animal Coalition of Tampa.
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Charles Trippy, wife Alli and friends visits Big Cat Rescue.
About Internet Killed Television
My wife and I have been making videos EVERY DAY for the past FOUR years here on this channel! Guess what?! We are on year FIVE! Everyday, without missing one day!!
Charles Trippy Channel: 767,000+ subscribers 90 Million + video views
Facebook page that “We The Kings” band that Charles performs in: 1.24 million likes Read More
Celebrities of Big Cat Rescue
Big Cat Rescue has had the honor of being visited by and/or working with a number of big name celebrities including Bo Derek, Harrison Ford, Leonardo DeCaprio, Jane Goodall, Kate Walsh, Barbara Niven, Jack Harris, Jim Fowler, Jack Hanna, Bill Murphy, Tippi Hedren, Tim Harrison, Arch Deal, Congresswoman Castor, athletes from the Tampabay Bucs, the Lightning, the New York Yankees, and the casts of Wicked, Mary Poppins and the Jersey Boys just to name a few.
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If a cat of any kind sneezes on this planet, you can probably find out about it here. This page lists the 3 most recent articles for each species of wild cat, but to see the most recent 100 news stories for each type of exotic cat visit Big Cat Facts & Photos
Big Cat Incidents
These stories include killings, maulings, escapes and wild cat sightings that were most likely captive cats who were set free or who had escaped.
big cat incidents, mauling, tiger attack, tiger escape
View "Big Cat Incidents" on Spundge
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A Year in Video
Big Cat Rescue is more than just a place that provides permanent care for big cats. It is a movement; a change in the tide of human perceptions and is the combined effort of more than 79,000 supporters. If you are one of them, you are a Big Cat Rescuer and the following is the great work YOU did! If you haven’t helped yet, you can do so now at the top right of the screen or here: http://bigcatrescue.org/donate
Big Cat Rescue’s Mission Statement: Big Cat Rescue’s dual mission Read More
If a lion and tiger got into a fight, who would win?
A: While we would much prefer that people focus their thoughts on saving these magnificent animals than on who would win if a lion and tiger fight, the power of these two largest cats seems to raise this question in people's minds. While it would depend on the size, age and aggressiveness of the specific animals involved, generally tigers have a significant advantage. On average tigers are larger, but more importantly they are more capable Read More