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
Cats : Documentary on the Widespread Popularity of Cats in the Western World by Joanna Lumley.
If you love cats and documentaries about cats, you will love this video. Use Chromecast to stream it from your phone to your T.V.
Want to give the best catnip on the planet to your cats or as a gift? Visit the Catnip Cartel, run by Big Cat Rescue.
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Please leave wildlife alone! A baby bobcat was euthanized by the Health Department in South FL on Friday because a person picked the kitten up, thinking it an orphan, and she and her neighbor were both bitten. They called Animal Control, who was closed all weekend, so we couldn't reach them until today. They said that since there is no quarantine time known for rabies in bobcats, the Health Department made them euthanize the kitten so the head could be cut off and tested for rabies. Bobcats almost never contract rabies, and the women Read More
Vacation Rotation Enclosure Grand Opening
We are so pleased to announce that the Vacation Rotation Enclosure has been completed and Big Cat Rescues celebrated the grand opening of the new space with dozens of volunteers, donors, and the media. Everyone gathered early in the morning on July 30th to watch as Bengali the tiger was the first to explore the 2.5 acre enclosure.
After 11 longs months of hard work and $200,000 in cost the super sized enclosure inspired awe in the 18 year old tiger. Bengali made his way through a long tunnel Read More
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