Some of the Oldest Sand Cats
Today the 2012 Sandcat Studbook arrived and Big Cat Rescue's Canyon and Genie are in the top 10% age bracket for the species.
Check out MLF's new feature article!
MOUNTAIN LIONS IN AMERICA:
WILD & HAZARDOUS WORLD
One writer's foray into the controversies surrounding America's most magical and beleaguered cat.
By Noah Sudarsky
From the Mexican border to Washington State, Sudarsky's wide-ranging research and fieldwork over the course of two years has yielded an unsettling
CHINA PUTS THE ‘CON’ IN TIGER CONSERVATION
New report exposes the double standard which stimulates demand
LONDON: Despite signing up to global initiatives seeking to protect wild tigers and double their number by 2022, Government departments in China have quietly set about stimulating domestic markets for tiger skins and body parts.
As few as 3,500 tigers survive in the wild, yet more than 5,000 captive-bred tigers are held in Chinese ‘farms’ and ‘zoos’.
Investigations by the London-based
USDA Cracks Down on Traveling Acts
Here's the great part about the following article:
If cub petting displays have to identify their cubs by name, sex, age, species and identifying markings AND has to reveal who the real owners of the cubs are, then it will be easier for USDA to catch them when cubs disappear and it will be easier for USDA to see that they are using the cubs too young (under 8 weeks according to the USDA Big Cat FAQ) and too old (according to USDA court cases where they found 12 weeks to be the oldest allowed.)
Big Cats Need a Vacation!
Tigers, Lions, Leopards and more are all waiting to go on vacation!
Please donate here: http://www.razoo.com/story/Bigcatvacation
You may be wondering: How will Big Cat Rescue's cats be able to go on vacation? Well, we have recently received zoning approval to build a huge 2.5 acre enclosure on the Southwest end of our 55-acre property. It's been our dream for years to be able to construct a special enclosure that can be used to rotate cats in and out of their permanent enclosures.
Servals need your voice!
The Osceola County Fair in Kissimmee, FL will run from Feb. 8-17. The fair is scheduled to have an "exotic petting zoo" where visitors can pet animals, include servals. There is also a "Great Little Bear Show" during which an adult bear is forced to perform. Would you please contact the fair's General Manager, Dawn Rowe, to let her know that animal lovers do NOT want to see exotic cats and bears exploited as entertainment and used to make money!
Dawn Rowe 321-697-3050 email@example.com
Dr Justin, Jamie and Gale Putting an ecollar on Santino Serval at Big Cat Rescue to keep him from licking at the injection site on his back where he was treated for liver inflammation. Today at Big Cat Rescue Jan 28 2013
Santino Serval Goes to Vet
Santino Serval has been on Marin for the past year and eagerly takes his meds in meat each night, so when he didn't want to get up for Angie last night, she called Gale, who called Dr Wynn, resulting in a request to bring him in to Ehrlich Animal Hospital. Gale easily netted him as he felt to bad to put up a fight and she and Chris scooted him into the squeeze cage.
Upon arrival, Santino was sedated by Dr Danielson so that all would be ready to roll as Dr Wynn
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.”
Big Cat Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, FEID 59-3330495. Florida law requires that all charities soliciting donations disclose their registration number and the percentage of your donation that goes to the cause and the amount that goes to the solicitor. We do not utilize professional solicitors, so 0% of your donation goes to a professional solicitor, 100% goes to Big Cat Rescue. Non-program expenses are funded from tour income, so 100% of your donations go to supporting the cats and stopping the abuse.
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