Angie bobcat was taken to Ehrlich Animal Hospital.
She had been making a weird chewing sound and keepers thought she may have a broken tooth.
Her teeth seemed ok, however there were some ulcers in the back of her mouth that a few of her back molars were rubbing. Those molars may have caused the ulcers and so they were removed.
Her ulcers could have also been caused by her advanced kidney disease.
Her blood results came back far worse than they had 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
Khaleesi the Rehab Bobcat Kitten Goes Outside
Meet Khaleesi the bobcat kitten, she arrived at Big Cat Rescue on June 24th from another rehab facility. She will remain at Big Cat Rescue until she is ready to be released back into the wild where she belongs! Follow her progress online by subscribing to our Youtube channel and "liking" us on Facebook.
Thanks for watching! Read More
Injured Bobcat Seen Again Months Later
Early this year we spent months trying to humanely trap an injured bobcat in the Brookside subdivision to no avail. Yesterday we got this message:
I received your email from my friend XXXX. This bobcat appeared at my friends front porch at 6 pm on July 4 th and then proceeded to walk across the street into the conservation area. She did note that he was holding up his left rear leg. We are wondering if the bobcat could be the cause to the 4 missing cats in our neighborhood. We live in XXXX Pasco Read More
Male White Serval
Sponsor Tonga http://www.bigcatrescue.biz/servlet/the-1166/Serval-Sponsorship/Detail
To our knowledge, only two white servals exist in the world: Tonga and his brother Pharaoh. The white coat is just the outward indication of the deleterious effects of inbreeding. Tonga was 15 years old when he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma. Although most arise without antecedent cause, in many species, especially in white cats, prolonged exposure to sunlight is a major Read More
Foster Kittens Oscar and Cole
They will be ready for adoption in just a few days! Let us know if you want to give them a fur-ever home at Cat@BigCatRescue.org
Snow Leopard News
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We are happy to report that many of our staff members are making their way back from the field, bringing with them, some exciting updates!
Our Senior Regional Ecologist, Dr. Koustubh Sharma, recounts his 3 exhilarating weeks of field work Read More
Today at Big Cat Rescue June 24 2013
Enjoy tigers ripping up Summer Camper's enrichment offerings, "play" with bobcats, see leopards leaping and attacking cardboard, hear about a water spout that passed by and more on this Sunday afternoon walkabout at Big Cat Rescue. Thanks to SkipAHolic Peggy McDermott Sundquist, we have three new computers donated by Ciber, Inc. the International IT Consultant company. Ken Goodrich is their Infrastructure Manager and came with Peggy to deliver the Dell computers.
Happiness Read More
Inside Nature's Giants Big Cats and How They Roar
Filmed in part at Big Cat Rescue for PBS.
Black or Melanistic Serval.
Black Serval vs White Serval
Black Serval & White Serval vs Normal Golden Serval
Today at Big Cat Rescue June 23 2013
Thanks to SkipAHolic Peggy McDermott Sundquist, we have three new computers donated by Ciber, Inc. the International IT Consultant company. Ken Goodrich is their Infrastructure Manager and came with Peggy to deliver the Dell Read More