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Today at Big Cat Rescue Aug 3 2013 Flavio Tiger Goes Free

Flavio Tiger Goes "Free"   http://youtu.be/4Ai6y3C6czk       Rabies case in a stray cat   The Humane Society of Tampa Bay was very concerned to learn of the recent case of rabies in a free-roaming cat. The effected stray cat was not part of our TNVR (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, Return) program. Our database indicates that 51 cats have been sterilized, vaccinated and ear-tipped in that neighborhood since 2010. If the cat had been part of our TNVR program, it would have received a 3 year Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Sept 25

  Second Annual Florida Panther Festival! Saturday, November 10, 2012 Free Admission! At North Collier Regional Park Naples, Florida Find out more here   Field Trips to panther habitats conducted on Friday, November 9, 2012. Reservations are required, reserve your spot now. Register here   Paula Poundstone "Wait Wait" Panelist,SingularComedian,Cat Fancier on TA Sept. 26, Has Tampa Show Oct. 6 My guest Sept. 26 on "Talking Animals" --airing 11am to noon ET on Tampa NPR affiliate WMNF Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Oct 13

Today at Big Cat Rescue Oct 13 Last Two Days to Vote and we REALLY need your help! If you live in LA, TX, FL,AZ, CO, NM and Texarcana, AR and Salt Lake City, UT and at least 13 years of age or older we need you to vote 5 times a day for Big Cat Rescue to win $25,000. Voting ends tomorrow! You can do all 5 votes in a row each day.  http://www.albertsonscpchallenge.com/index.php Our code number is 0063.  Here is a flyer to post:  Albertsons $25,000 Contest Flyer   An easy URL to remember is VoteCats.com  Please vote every day! A Read More

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Mexican zoo fears that feral cats will spread disease to zoo’s big cats

Pululan los gatos en el zoo de NezaReforma 27 de diciembre del 2009Jonás LópezNEZAHUALCÓYOTL.- Una colonia de gastos se ha convertido en el dolor de cabeza de las autoridades del Parque Zoológico del Pueblo de Nezahualcóyotl.Desde hace varios años, unos 300 felinos sin dueño han invadido áreas verdes, tejados y jaulas del zoológico municipal y sus colindancias, en donde duermen, cazan, comen, defecan, orinan y se reproducen.Adicionalmente, los gatos pueden transmitir a otros felinos del parque, como jaguares, leones, tigres y linces, hasta Read More