Sand Cat Enrichment
Tour De Clay Benefits Big Cat Rescue
The Florida West Coast Ceramic Society presents its fifth annual studio tour called “Tour de Clay 2012” Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 8th& 9th.
Five local studios open for the public with a wide range of functional and decorative pottery by 21 world class potters.
Tour hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The tour includes two stops in Palm Harbor; one in Lutz; one in Odessa; and one
Help Protect Tiger Cubs From Abuse
SARMOTI Tiger Goes to the Vet
How to DeWorm Big Cats
We also worm monthly with Ivermectin. More info here: http://bigcatrescue.org/2011/parasites
Wayne Pacelle Talks About Zanesville and GW Exotic Animal Park
The description is a little off as there was no mention of animals being rescued in OK, but rather talk about how they may end up in need of rescue given the situation there. Listen to more like these here: http://www.humanesociety.org/about/podcast/
A sand kitten sits at her enclosure at the Ramat Gan Safari near Tel Aviv August 14, 2012. Four sand kittens, considered extinct in Israel, were born 3 weeks ago at the safari park, an open-air zoo, a statement from the safari said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
What do YOU want in a volunteer program?
During my presentation at Taking Action for Animals on volunteerism, my co panelist, Hilary Hagar from HSUS asked the audience what their ideal volunteer opportunity would look like. These were some of the answers from the audience
1. Flexible schedules
2. An organized program3. Similar belief system4. Good communication
5. Hands on type work
Then she asked what makes it hard for you to volunteer and got these responses:
1. Lack of centralized
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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