Coral the foster kitten is adopted from the Big Cat Rescue foster program by one of our interns today.
Losing Big Carnivores May Be as Big a Threat as Climate Change
Link to the study: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/343/6167/1241484
Lion Cat Kills and Tries to Eat Elephant and Giraffe
Ginger the Serval Gets X-Rays
When a raccoon began acting crazy and lunging at three cougars who were housed together, we feared that he was rabid. We sedated him for Animal Control, but there was a bit of a surprise ending to this story. Update: Tests confirmed the raccoon was rabid.
After Darting We Needed to Use Up the C02
Later that Night, Interns got to watch Morgan the domestic kitten Read More
Meet the Interns & Volunteers of Big Cat Rescue
Today Carole Baskin will pop in on the Interns and Volunteers at lunch time to talk with them about their experiences here including the recent Halloween Party, and the release of Khaleesi the bobcat.
Get the audio version here or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.
Join us at noon, EST here: https://plus.google.com/+bigcatrescue
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Chelsea Feeny, Program Manager at Big Cat Rescue
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Chelsea Feeny first arrived at Big Cat Rescue in early 2009 as an intern. Before the completing of her internship she was hired as Project Manager.
She currently is responsible for database management, donations processing and acknowledgement, and Intern intake/screening. This is no small feat with a support fan base of more than Read More
Social Success Strategies
by LaWanna Mitchell
This is kind of long, but is just a collection of thoughts on how I do our Facebook page. Feel free to ask any questions you might have.
At this point BCR is not paying for advertisements on Facebook. We prefer to reserve our funds for caring for the cats. Instead we devote literally a few hours every day to Facebook and YouTube interaction. Use other social sites to point people to your Facebook page. Other minor social sites only need a few Read More