Moving Tigers Leopards and Combing Bobcats
Jade the leopard grooms herself. A first peek at an new serval rescue named Sheena. Nik the tiger is moved next door to Joseph the lion. Sundari the leopard is moved in the rain. Raindance and Anasazie the bobcats like the bear claw back scratcher, but Gilligan the Canada Lynx does not. Lovey and Thurston the bobcats wake from a nap at the sound of approaching food carts. Levi the bobcat is still looking good. Narla Cougar takes a bath. Sabre the black Read More
Now at Big Cat Rescue June 22 2014
Daily Big Cat June 21 2014
Becky comes to get Gale because Little Feather Bobcat is squinting her eye.
Gale the Geek takes on routers and Internet hookups.
Natasha Siberian Lynx shows her full belly after dinner.
Jamie hands out treats to Jade & Armani Leopards, Raindance Bobcat, and tricks Moses into getting his meds in a chick.
TJ Tiger gets a home brewed treat.
Joseph Lion goes on vacation.
Vern looks like he's ready to win a jousting Read More
Sabre was 3 years old when he arrived at Big Cat Rescue on 7/20/95. Though he was only supposed to be here temporarily, his former owner moved and left no forwarding address.
This could have been another sad ending as most are in the exotic pet world. Luckily, we had taken Sabre in and he will have a home here for life. He is very playful and fun loving and always has a mischievous look on his face. He loves to act very silly, running about his cat-a-tat and jumping on top Read More
Wildcat Walkabout 2014 05 03
If a tree falls in the woods and there is only a tiger to hear it, did it make a sound? Ask Shere Khan.
Reisa, Ares and Narla Cougars say "Hello."
A kitten goes to the vet after chewing the nipple off his bottle and Jamie has to dig through the poo to find it.
Great Canada Lynx vocalizations in this video by Gilligan at dinner time and we check in with Skipper who is feeling better. Jungle Cat vocalizations too, by Rambo.
Some rare video of Nico the Geoffroy Read More
Wildcat Walkabout 2014 05 01
Shere Khan Tiger is still mourning the loss of China Doll. Jade & Armani Leopards pose for the camera. Thuston and Lovey Bobcats cuddle up in their tree house. Gilligan watches Skipper the Canada Lynx get caught and taken to the vet, a water moccasin threatens Gale and Pharaoh the white serval, JoJo the Caravel is up on this platform and Rusty and Sassy Caracals are snuggled in the bush. Ginger Serval is on the prowl.
There are some great vocalizations Read More
This leopard demonstrates, better than most, the fact that you may be able to take the animal out of the wild but you will never take the wild out of the animal. Sundari will watch very closely as groups of people walk through the sanctuary. She immediately sizes up “the herd” from a distance and determines who is the weakest, the youngest or the most infirm. That is the person who gets her utmost attention. She’s even been seen climbing to the top of her enclosure just to get Read More
Nyla came to Big Cat Rescue with her brother, Simba, on 8/4/94. She was a product of the entertainment industry, which only wants perfect looking models. Because she was cross eyed, she was unwanted.
She gets very jealous if her brother Simba is getting any attention and will begin making a nuisance of herself until all the attention is focused on her. All she wants is everyone's undivided affection.
She’s much smaller than her brother, Read More
Este felino, en su fase de color de melanismo, a menudo es llamado confusamente Pantera Negra. Esta especie ha sido (y sigue siendo) cazada ilegalmente en toda su área de distribución por deporte, y por su pelaje.
El leopardo es capaz de correr un poco casi a 64 Kilómetros por hora durante períodos breves. Puede saltar más de 6 metros en horizontal y 3 metros verticalmente. También es un nadador muy hábil.
Tamaño y apariencia : El leopardo es el miembro más pequeño de los 4 " grandes felinos " , y más estrechamente Read More
Cypress the Rehab Bobcat Update
Cypress the bobcat was rescued on January 4, 2014 and has been recovering in the West - Boensch Cat Hospital for these past 7 weeks. She had been resisting eating whole prey items, such as rats and chicks, so we were getting worried that she would never switch off the ground diet we have been giving her to the real prey items that she would have to eat in the wild. We couldn't let her lose her ability to recognize prey and insisted that she eat what wild bobcats eat, but maybe Cypress knew best because Read More