TNN, Jan 17, 2011, 10.16pm ISTCHAMARAJNAGAR: Even as locals and tribals are demanding that Biligiri Ranganathswamy Hills be declared a tiger reserve, one person sustained injuries in an attack by the big cat.G Vasantharaju, a resident of a tribal hamlet, was travelling downhill on his two-wheeler, when the tiger attacked him. But he escaped with minor injuries and is admitted to hospital at Yelandur. This is first time that a human has come under attack by the big cat at the forested area, once dominated by slain brigand Veerappan. Some one year Read More
The home dept wants a bravery award for API Vikas Dhas, but the forestry ministry is busy bringing three counts of violations of the Wildlife Act by Karad leopard killer Tanaji Khot Posted On Monday, January 17, 2011 at 12:36:07 AMIn the Maharashtra government, apparently the left hand doesn’t know what the right is doing. While the State’s Read More
While watching the Skip the bobcat story on ABC I came across thisnews post about our Fur Ball last year that I had not rememberedseeing before.TAMPA, Fla. - The sights are stunning to say the least: a tiger swimsgracefully, a lion shows off its fearsome teeth and cougars playchase.Big Cat Rescue is a wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Tampa but itcan't do the work all on it's own.On Saturday, Action News contributor, Sean Daly got a look at themagic that happens everyday and how you can support it.The vision for Big Cat Rescue started with Read More
Skip the Bobcat touches lives world wideTAMPA - Rescuing stray cats is nothing new for Nici and Skip Haerter,but their latest rescue is no ordinary cat."I love animals and there was never a question in my mind. I'd dowhatever it took," Nici said.While driving down Highway 46 in Sorrento, Nici saw a wild bobcat inthe grass. Except, the wild bobcat wasn't acting very wild.He wasn't really moving at all, likely hit by a car.Nici called Skip for help. He brought his truck and loaded the bobcatin, which was the easy part because the cat was still suffering Read More
Tigers, Lions, Leopards, all cat species can catch fleas, so at Big Cat Rescue we have to treat all of our 100+ residents with flea prevention just like your domestic cat at home every single month!