Tigers For Tigers Coalition
Tigers For Tigers Coalition (T4TCoalition.org) was founded in 1997 as a way of harnessing the team spirit of colleges with tiger mascots to protect tigers. It has grown over the years and has been inclusive of any tiger mascotted school who wanted to participate. This year they held their first National Summit at Clemson University and asked a number of tiger experts to come talk to the students about the real steps they can take, right now, to protect tigers.
They were able to secure Read More
See the big cats getting huge cardboard tubes for enrichment. Watch while Gale and Regina catch a bobcat and move her to a new cage. Celebrate with Big Cat Rescue at the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Awards. Today at Big Cat Rescue Apr 19 2013
A Big Shout Out to Juliet Simms
Juliet Simms – Wild Child by VEVO
for selling her clothes to support Big Cat Rescue and for NOT using real exotic cats or real fur in her smash video, Wild Child. Read More
3 Hours of Loading and Unloading Tigers
Flavio, age 24, and SARMOTI, age 20, the circus tigers, go on a Trip, when they need to see the vet. This video makes it look easy, but it took 3 hours to get the tigers off the truck. The 3 hours of coaxing and no tiger made for pretty dull viewing, so only the action shots were captured here. While the tigers were on the road, we cleaned and mowed and shift the Texas Tigers and others around so they could enjoy different views, smells and neighbors.
Kitten Class With Jamie Interns and Foster Cat. This video starts out with a typical day at Big Cat Rescue, a class by Jamie Veronica on how to bottle feed kittens and then a domestic cat, named Julianne who was rescued with her 3 day old kittens on LIVE Kitten Cam at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/bigcathospital
Live Kitten Cam
Live streaming by Ustream
Florida Shed Movers
Big Cat Rescue's storage shed for gift shop items was on the "cat side" of our fence, so our AdvoCats and Red Shirts could not go out for restocking without an escort. We wanted to move the shed to the Partner / Guest side of the parking lot fence, but were afraid the old shed would just fall to pieces. Rob and crew assured us they could move the shed easily, economically and right away. We need some larger sheds and feel comfortable buying them used Read More
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