Sabre was 3 years old when he arrived at Big Cat Rescue on 7/20/95. Though he was only supposed to be here temporarily, his former owner moved and left no forwarding address.
This could have been another sad ending as most are in the exotic pet world. Luckily, we had taken Sabre in and he will have a home here for life. He is very playful and fun loving and always has a mischievous look on his face. He loves to act very silly, running about his cat-a-tat and jumping on top of his mountain
In Washington, DC and at the Sanctuary
Flavio, the world's oldest tiger enjoying 2.5 acre Vacation Rotation enclosure
Meeting with staffers and key people to ban the abuse and private ownership of big cats.
Today at Big Cat Rescue Aug 8 2013
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