Mickey Goes Home
Daily Big Cat 9-12-14
Master keeper Gale discusses Mickey the cougar's release and rehabilitation on this episode of #DailyBigCat.
Toronto Jays and Wall Street Journal
At least the Jays had the good sense to take down the photos, once they found out that people who love animals think this is nothing more than animal abuse. Big cat cubs belong with their mothers. They aren't ego props. Shame on the WSJ for not doing a simple Internet search on the subject of pay to play cubs before condoning Read More
BBC Documentary on the American Tiger
Mickey the Cougar Goes Back Outside After Surgery
This den isn't very pretty, but it give him shelter and is easy for him to access while his knees heal.
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Volunteers at Big Cat Rescue prepare to take Mickey Cougar to the Vet
Volunteers Prepare to Move Keisha Tiger out to her Vacation
The Trading Post Gets a New Coat too...of Paint
Moving Sabre and Reno Leopards and Mickey Cougar
The last video of Shere Khan, Gale demonstrates a hover mat for moving big cats in the hospital, moving Sabre Leopard, playing with foster kittens, more of moving Sabre, moving Reno Leopard and getting Mickey Cougar ready for his appointment with a specialist. This video did not upload correctly and is missing the last half, where Mickey was moved into the Cat Hospital. Stay tuned.
Male Bengal/Siberian Tiger
If you saw The Tiger Next Door on Animal Planet, then you saw the horrid conditions at the facility owned by Dennis Hill in Flatrock, Indiana. The Tiger Next Door didn't air until 3/25/2010 and it was about USDA taking away Hill's permit and the DNR (Dept. of Natural Resources) seizing all but three tigers in 2005. What the show doesn't bring out is that the conditions you saw in the movie were far better than when DNR first Read More
Interns Dive to Save Lives
Five Big Cat Rescue interns will be taking part in a skydiving event to help raise funds for construction of a new and larger cat hospital.
Five of the sanctuary’s interns will be jumping from 15,000 feet on 22nd August 2014 to raise money to help fund construction of this much needed new hospital.
The sanctuary is home to over 100 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars, servals and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur Read More