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Big Cat Rescue Wants to be the Only Big Cat Sanctuary

Big Cat Rescue Wants to be the Only Big Cat Sanctuary   That is the lie that animal abusers tell everyone to try and change the subject from protecting exotic cats to a message of mere competition.   They trot out their modified version of our 20 year plan to back up their ridiculous claims, but they leave out the most important part of the plan, which is that there no longer be big cats suffering in captivity, and thus no longer a need for sanctuaries, including Big Cat Rescue's sanctuary. As the public becomes better Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 3 2014

Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 3 2014   Genie the Sandcat is rushed to the vet when her keepers note that she is acting weird. Genie Sandcat was sedated in a glass box used for domestic cats.   This was to make sedation easier on her since she is only 3.3 pounds and 14 years old.   Dr. Wynn keeps a close eye on her vitals.   The monitors are just all over the place, so she has to rely on feel, sound and instincts.   For such an old and tiny cat, Genie Sandcat has some fearsome Read More

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Jaguar Facts

Jaguar   Jaguar: Panthera onca Common Name: Jaguar Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrata) Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Pantherinae Panthera Species: onca Misc.: The Jaguar and the Leopard are often confused with one another in zoos. Their coloring and markings are so similar that it is difficult for people to distinguish them. The difference lies in the center of the Jaguars rosettes, because unlike the leopard, the Jaguar has spots inside of its rosettes! The Jag is also a much stockier Read More

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Black Panthers

Black Panther   Since the 1960's it has been considered politically incorrect to call a black cat a black panther.  The big black cats are black leopards or black jaguars and are not referred to as black panthers by anyone who knows anything about big cats.  Some people claim to have seen black cougars, which are sometimes referred to as Florida Panthers (despite the fact that they are not in the Panthera category) and thus extrapolate the term black panther, but Florida Panthers are always tan. Black panther may refer to: Animals Black Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Sept 6 2013

Jaguar vs Crocodile ...not at Big Cat Rescue   Demand that Walton County Enforce Florida Anti-Cruelty Law in Brutal Cat Shooting On Aug. 25, a Walton County, Fla., resident fatally shot MommaCat, one of the beloved feral cats a Freeport couple cares for. Despite repeated requests from Alley Cat Allies, the Walton County Sheriff’s Department has not confirmed whether they have informed the man who brutally shot MommaCat that shooting cats is against the law. The Florida State Anti-Cruelty Law makes it clear that shooting Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Mar 2 2013 on NatGeo Wild

Big Cat Attacks and the Big Cat Club   http://youtu.be/7HvGi5apL14   Zabu at 2:56, can you pick out our other big cat stars? Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Jan 25 2013

Gerrard Larriett Announces Partnership with Charles the Monarch to Raise Funds for Big Cat Rescue New York, NY (January 24, 2013), Gerrard Larriett Aromatherapy Pet Care announces their partnership with Charles the Monarch to raise funds for Big Cat Rescue. The partnership aims to raise $10,000 for Big Cat Rescue by donating 10% of the proceeds from the sale of Gerrard Larriett products. In addition, customers will receive 25% off of the purchase of Gerrard Larriett grooming products from their website www.gerrardlarriett.com with promo code “Charles.”  “We Read More

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Jaguar Left Starving to Death at Ballum Na Lodge in the Punta Gorda

Malnourished Black Jaguar to be Rescued from Captivity in Belize - Press Release, Belize Wildlife Conservation Network, July 17, 2012 - On Saturday, July 14, 2012, the Belize Wildlife Conservation Network (BWCN) was alerted to a black jaguar in distress at Ballum Na Lodge in the Punta Gorda area. Wil Maheia, a BWCN member and well known Belizean conservationist, had been able to gain access to the jaguar, named Bosch, and he attempted to provide him with food. During this time he was able to take a photograph of the animal and the condition Read More

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally proposed to protect 838,232 acres for jaguars

Just minutes ago the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally proposed to protect 838,232 acres as "critical habitat" for endangered jaguars in southern Arizona and New Mexico -- an area larger than the state of Rhode Island. When finalized in the next year, and joined with a developing federal recovery plan, the decision will ensure jaguars return to the wild mountains and deserts of the American Southwest. The decision has been a long time coming. The agency listed the jaguar as an endangered species in 1997 following a lawsuitby the Center Read More

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Lions, tigers, big cats may face extinction in 20 years

Icons of the wild — lions, tigers and other big cats — are fading from the world's wild places, warn conservation experts worldwide. By Chris Johns, National Geographic Stock   The world's population of big cats, like this juvenile African cheetah, has been decimated, say conservation scientists. They could face extinction within two decades. By Chris Johns, National Geographic Stock   The world's population of big cats, like this juvenile African cheetah, has been decimated, say conservation Read More