Female Siberian Lynx
DOB 5/5/93 - 2/2/15
Natasha (on left) was rescued, along with 27 other cats, from a fur farm. She cost more than any of the other cats because she is exquisitely beautiful. She has survived poisoning and a very scary seizure in 1996. She was diagnosed with heart worms in 1997 and recovered very slowly. We had never seen heartworms in the exotic cats, and as a result of her infestation have made it a policy to treat all of Big Cat Rescue’s animals with Ivermectin, which is a Read More
Windstar was an unexpected surprise to Windsong and Alexander. Because Alex was a Hybrid we assumed he was infertile after four years of watching him breed with no success. We had neutered all of our male Bobcats except for the hybrids as we were so sure they could not reproduce. Windstar was proof to the contrary and his birth resulted in his father and uncle, Des-Purr-ado being immediately neutered. Windstar is affectionately called "Bobcat" and has a wonderful purrsonality. Windstar loves the water. Every Read More
An excerpt from the one hour documentary about the Plight of Tigers in the United States
Today at Big Cat Rescue Nov 10
The photos of lynx and sand cats below can be purchased in our Big Cat Store
Join us Friday Nov 11:
THE VENUE on 2675 Ulmerton Rd 33762 is graciously helping the Cougar Calendar ladies get the word out about Big Cat Rescue.
November 11th , Friday, at 5:30pm cash bar, Outside Bar (inside if too cold of course!) for Calendar signing.
Animal print, etc are appropriate attire for this wild night.