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Now at Big Cat Rescue Jan 3 2015

Texas Tigers go on "vacation" in the 2.5 acre Vacation Rotation enclosure at Big Cat Rescue   Arthur Tiger checks out the new addition of a culvert to play in on his tour of the Vacation Rotation enclosure   Kali Tiger bites into a pumpkin during enrichment time at Big Cat Rescue Kali Tiger is focused on fun during enrichment time at Big Cat Rescue   Kali Tiger carving her own Jack-O-Lantern during enrichment time at Big Cat Rescue   Kali Tiger wants to make it just Purr-fect during Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Dec 11 2014

Arizona the Serval is 25 years old but had to be spayed today due to a tumor in her uterus. Reisa Cougar welcomes back her neighbor, Natasha the Siberian Lynx, after her chemotherapy. Natasha the Siberian Lynx is glad to be back home after her chemotherapy for a tumor in her throat. Skipper the Canada Lynx gets sub q fluids to help him pass a blockage. Skipper the Canada Lynx gets sub q fluids to help him pass a blockage.   Skipper the Canada Lynx gets sub q fluids to help him pass a blockage.   Thurston Read More

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Alex

Male Tiger DOB 1/1/96 Arrived 12/19/08 Alex is an energetic and playful tiger who greets everyone with a hearty chuff. He loves lounging in his swimming pool and gets really excited about enrichment. Enrichment includes special food treats like turkeys or bones that they do not get every day, paper mache animals with treats inside, interesting scents from perfumes and spices. Providing these types of enrichment to the cats makes their lives in captivity more tolerable. In the wild a tiger like Alex would roam several miles a day, so being Read More

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Bengali

Male Siberian/Bengal Tiger DOB 6/1/95 Arrived at Big Cat Rescue 12/5/2000   A circus commissioned Big Cat Rescue to build him, as well as several other big cats, a 2,000 square foot enclosure with a den, pool, and lots of space to lay out by the lake and soak up the Florida sunshine. They could have sold him into the pet trade or worse, but instead they sent Bengali here. Bengali used to ride on a horse drawn chariot in the circus. When he arrived we were told that he was very dangerous because he was so confrontational. Read More

Posted in Animal Abuse, Articles by BCR, Bobcats, Breeding, Canadian Lynx, Caracals, Clouded Leopards, Cougars, Fishing Cats, Florida Panther, Geoffroy Cats, Jaguar, Jungle Cats, Kittens, Leopard Cats, Leopards, Lions, Margay, News @ BCR, Ocelot, Pallas Cat, Sand Cats, Servals, Siberian Lynx, Snow Leopards, Tigers | 0 comments

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 educated about why it is so wrong to breed wild cats for life in Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 14 2014

Cat Chat Show 67   http://youtu.be/kD8AlXaPKzM   Carole records a day in the life of the sanctuary via Google Glass and the iPhone 5s. Jumanji Leopard gets a stick stuck across the roof of his mouth, Apache and Divinity Bobcats move to a new Cat-a-Tat, but Divinity puts up a fight. Cats get mint and Halloween treats for enrichment, including the Texas Tigers, Reno, Raindance Bobcat, Windstar Bobcat, Anasazie and Will the Bobcats and a load of trees arrive in this DailyBigCat 2014 10 14. #ThroughGlass   Cougars at Big Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 13 2014

Lion feeding webcam. Log in to this page every day between 4PM and 8PM EDT to see Nikita Lion being fed. We change feeding times through out the year, but it usually falls within these times. http://bigcatrescue.org/feed-cats/   New Halloween Big Cat Videos   Bengali Tiger vs The Mummy     http://youtu.be/PviP24fismk   Cameron and Zabu Vacation Rotation   http://youtu.be/LJtjS5UP8Fs   Siberian Lynx vs Pumpkin   http://youtu.be/i11AhgDffRo   Read More

Posted in Bobcats, Cougars, Jungle Cats, Kittens, Leopards, News @ BCR, Tigers, Videos | 0 comments

Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 9 2014

Tiger Swims, Bobcat Runs and Jungle Cat gets Scratched   http://youtu.be/W21qM_WrqlA Alex the Bobcat goes back home. The flooding at the sanctuary has the roadways being used by ducks. Working on a room addition for Jumanji the black leopard. Playing with kittens. Moving Mickey Cougar back out to his Cat-a-Tat. Our new net launcher arrives for catching injured bobcats at a distance. Enrichment Committee makes a huge candle for Nik Tiger's birthday, but he mostly just needs to pee. Sundari Leopard gets locked up so Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Oct 7 2014

Oct. 6, 2014 Jupiter, FL:  A construction worker lost his thumb after being bitten by a tiger at Zoological Wildlife Foundation (a ZAA member)  owned by a convicted felon and suspected drug kingpin, Mario Tabraue.  Visitors to the zoo are encouraged to interact with the animals in the vast collection, which includes an alligator, different types of monkeys, birds, two different kinds of anteater, a fox and other exotic creatures. In December 1987, the Associated Press reported that Tabraue was arrested as part of a sting operation targeting Read More

Posted in Bobcats, Canadian Lynx, Caracals, Cat Laws, Clouded Leopards, Cougars, Fishing Cats, Florida Panther, Geoffroy Cats, Jaguar, Jungle Cats, Kittens, Leopard Cats, Leopards, Lions, Margay, News @ BCR, Ocelot, Pallas Cat, Sand Cats, Servals, Siberian Lynx, Snow Leopards, Tigers | 6 comments

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 teeth!   The tiniest mask straps Read More