Reisa Cougar Paw Project
Reisa Cougar's paws were butchered when she was a cub that was sold as a pet to a drug dealer in NY. Our vet takes a look at her paws today to see what can be fixed.
Fun Photos on Friday the 13th
Andi Bobcat up in her tree at Big Cat Rescue
Vernon Stairs posts new tour sign at Big Cat Rescue
Little Dove Bobcat peeks out of her den at Big Cat Rescue
Natasha Lynx enjoys a spice bag a few weeks ago at Big Cat w
Aspen Echo Cougar strikes a pose at Big Cat Rescue
Aspen Echo looks so regal in front of her cave den at Big Cat Rescue
Do you look at your cat, with half closed eye, to show your love?
Tonga the White Serval still doing well, years after cancer was Read More
Rescue of Narla the Cougar:
This is a letter from someone who knew the Loppi's. This person below, wanted us to know that Rob was well intended and I post it here as an example of how even the best intentions usually end up bad for the exotic animal.
According to a number of emails I got after the fact, Rob's wife was looking to euthanize the cat, but Rob's friends, family and the media were on her case and she couldn't do it without looking like a monster Read More
Ares is the laid back mellow sibling. He likes to hang back and relax while his brother and sister wreak havoc. Ares has the loudest purr of the three cubs. His purring is so intense, his whole body shakes when he purrs! Ares also likes to play with the palmetto stumps in his enclosure and will often rip them out of the ground so he can shred them and bat them around his Cat.a.tat.
A mother mountain lion had been shot by a hunter leaving her three newborn kittens orphans. A rehabber had been given temporary Read More
Mickey Cougar's story is so long and heartbreaking that it will be hard to tell in just a few minutes. (Watch his rescue video to find out the whole story.)
Animal House, in Moulton, AL, was a backyard zoo that operated with a USDA license up until 2006 when it was revoked. At the time Alabama had no laws to regulate the private possession of wild animals, so once USDA washed their hands of the Read More