2 Steps to Saving Big Cats and Their Cubs
1. Tell Congress that big cats should not be kept as pets or used as photo and petting props.
2. Ask the USFWS why they haven't rescinded the generic tiger loophole yet.
The third step, telling USDA to ban cub petting, has now been completed. More than 64,000 of you asked USDA to ban cub petting, including the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Zoological Association (for the most part)
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Lots of new Cat News
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Highlights re: exotic cats:
Direct contact with dangerous animals (eg, nonhuman primates, certain carnivores, other species that may serve as reservoirs for rabies, and venomous reptiles (more completely described in the Animal Care and Management section) should be completely prohibited.
Animals Not Recommended in School or Child-Care Settings
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Never a Boring Moment -
Escaped White Tiger "Sighting"
I was about nine years old and was perched in the highest branches of the pine tree next to our home on Knollwood Dr., in Charleston, WV, looking out toward the airport where my father was the private pilot for Gov. Arch Moore. It was my favorite spot. I could see for miles across the hills and valleys. I was watching planes take off and land at long intervals. I was bored out of my mind.
"God," I implored, "never let me be this bored again."
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These are my kind of people! Please share this video and share their mission. http://youtu.be/C8zZw7lkjWg
Even Rednecks Know You Shouldn't Pet Tiger Cubs
I had originally asked this couple to pretend that they were going to go pet tigers at the fair, but they were so appalled that anyone would do that, they asked to make the video in their own way to show that even rednecks know better than to pay to pay with tiger Read More
What is Killing Tiger Cubs?
It could be you!
Put an end to big cat abuse and the extinction of wild cats at BigCatBan.com
Crikey! Tigers have been disappearing at alarming rates!
A hundred years ago there were 100,000 tigers living in Asia, but now there are fewer than 3,200!
I’ve been beating the bushes, talking to trackers, consulting with Interpol and I’ve figured out why tigers are disappearing in the wild.
It’s that ego driven, Read More