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Big Cat Rescue Hands On Training

Big Cat Rescue Hands On Training   Mission   Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, FL is the world’s largest sanctuary in the world for abused, abandoned and orphaned wild cats (lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats etc.) accredited by the Global Federation of Sanctuaries (GFAS). The mission of the sanctuary is to provide the best home we can to the animals in our care and to end abuse of big cats in captivity and avoid extinction in the wild  We do this by educating the world about the plight of these wild cats both in captivity, where the Read More

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Now at Big Cat Rescue Sept 9 2014

http://youtu.be/d-ndYndJqhY BBC Documentary on the American Tiger Mickey the Cougar Goes Back Outside After Surgery This den isn't very pretty, but it give him shelter and is easy for him to access while his knees heal. Read More

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whats it like to work at big cat rescue

What's It Like to Work at Big Cat Rescue?   Most animal organizations our size have 30 paid staff, but we are able to maintain excellent care with about a third of that in paid staff because none of our paid staff are paid to work with animals. There are so many people who love big cats that they will do all of the cleaning, feeding, enrichment, operant conditioning and vet care for free. Our paid staff do the things animal lovers don't enjoy like managing the gift shop, managing the data base, paying attention to donors, writing newsletters Read More

Posted in Bobcats, Canadian Lynx, Cougars, Kittens, Leopards, Lions, News @ BCR, Servals, Tigers, Videos, Working with Cats | 0 comments

Now at Big Cat Rescue July 10 2014

Moving Tigers Leopards and Combing Bobcats   http://youtu.be/MeFuWPM72kk   Jade the leopard grooms herself. A first peek at an new serval rescue named Sheena. Nik the tiger is moved next door to Joseph the lion. Sundari the leopard is moved in the rain. Raindance and Anasazie the bobcats like the bear claw back scratcher, but Gilligan the Canada Lynx does not. Lovey and Thurston the bobcats wake from a nap at the sound of approaching food carts. Levi the bobcat is still looking good. Narla Cougar takes a bath. Sabre the black Read More