- Are you coming to the pool or not? :) #tiger #bigcats #pool #water #swimming #white
- Zabu taking a dip! #white #tiger
- The large, wide-spreading feet of the Canadian Lynx are covered in fur, which act like snowshoes, and are effective in supporting the cat’s weight on the snow. They are often confused with their smaller feline cousins the Bobcat, but can be easily distinguished by their tail tips. The tail of the Lynx looks as though it was dipped in an inkwell being black all the way around, whereas the Bobcat’s tail appears to have been painted black on top and white on the bottom.
- Mickey, the recently rescued cougar loves his new den. In this VIDEO meet one of Mickey’s keepers who went on the trip to help rescue him from a terrible situation. http://ift.tt/1zTIaxM Also, see some recent VIDEO of KEISHA, one of the tigers from New York.
- YAWN…. Sleepy tiger
- Nikita Tiger – Can you name all the sub-species of tigers? ENDANGERED: Bengal Tiger, Siberian (Amurian) Tiger, Sumatran Tiger, Indo-Chinese Tiger, Malayan Tiger, South China Tiger EXTINCT: Javan Tiger and Bali Tiger Caspian Tiger – formerly thought to be extinct since the early 1970’s
- AdvoCat Aug 2014 – http://ift.tt/1nJthbx Meet Mickey the Cougar, our most recent rescue, and see how he is doing. Catch up on 6 new videos since our last AdvoCat. See what you can do for tigers like Tony, who is still languishing at the truck stop. Help us trample the trolls. 5 of the latest most shocking situations of big cat exploitation and ways you can make it stop. All this and more in the August 2014 AdvoCat Newsletter
- Happy Belated Birthday to Nikita Tiger. Born 8/20/1995 Rescued 10/21/2007 Nik, short for Nikita, is a very large tiger comparable in size to the massive Shere Khan. He is very shy and spends most of his time napping by the lake. When Nik first arrived, he was very elusive and would often hide in his den when keepers approached his enclosure. Gradually he became more and more curious about the new people in his life and would peer out the doorway to the den and watch everyone very closely. He has now warmed up a great deal and is even on the Feeding Tour because he is so friendly to guests. Read More: http://ift.tt/1pW6Jsf