What is a day like at Big Cat Rescue?
Some things happen EVERY day, some things happen a few times a week, some things happen once a month and some things happen once a year. The problem with all of this structured order is that EVERY day there is some chaos introduced, so it is always a balancing act to take care of both the critically important, and the things that have to get done every day.
To Set the Stage
There are 100 exotic cats on 67 acres and about 80-100 volunteers and staff to care for them. Some cats have more than one Read More
Meet the Cats of Big Cat Rescue
or see general facts, photos and videos of all exotic cat species
Click on the wild cats' names below to see their photos, bios and videos, or just click the Play buttons to hear their stories.
Amanda has a forever sponsor
Andre has a forever Read More
Did you know that the exotic pet trade causes more suffering for big cats than all of the other atrocities combined? Every week we are called upon to rescue another exotic cat because the sanctuaries are full and there is not enough money to take care of all of the rejects of the pet and entertainment industry. We take in as many as we can, but always have to consider the needs of the animals we have already committed to first.
See video clip of some of our big cat rescues.
In this video, you will see facilities that are currently licensed Read More
In-Sync Exotics Hit By Canine Distemper
Asian tigers at risk from domestic dog distemper virus
10 June 2013 Last updated at 02:45 ET By Mark Kinver Environment reporter, BBC News
Canine distemper virus has been confirmed in a number of Amur tigers
Some of the world's rarest big cat species are facing a potentially Read More