2 Steps to Saving Big Cats and Their Cubs
1. Tell Congress that big cats should not be kept as pets or used as photo and petting props.
2. Ask the USFWS why they haven't rescinded the generic tiger loophole yet.
The third step, telling USDA to ban cub petting, has now been completed. More than 64,000 of you asked USDA to ban cub petting via email. More than 15,000 of you took the time to also post your comments on the Federal Register, including the American Veterinary Medical Read More
Big Cat Rescue's Feeding Protocol
Big Cats Love Feeding Time!
Nutrition is the process by which an organism takes in (ingests), digests and assimilates food. The types of food ingested and the manner in which they are taken in are as varied as the animals in the sanctuary. Nutrition is a science, while feeding sanctuary animals is an art. Feeding involves the animal's behavior, the kind of food, when, where, how and why it is fed; the preparation and presentation of the food; feeding records and the sanctuary Commissary.
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Common Name: Tiger
Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrata)
Genus: Pantherinae Panthera
Bengal Tiger - Panthera tigris tigris 1200-1500 left
Siberian (Amurian) Tiger - Panthera tigris altaica 331 left
Sumatran Tiger - Panthera tigris sumatrae 136 left
Indo-Chinese Tiger - Panthera tigris corbetti
Malayan Tiger - Panthera tigris jacksoni **
South China Tiger - Panthera tigris amoyensis 37 left
Javan Tiger - Panthera tigris Read More
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Male Siberian/Bengal Tiger
DOB 1989 DOD 1/5/2014
Arrived at Big Cat Rescue 1/1/2002
Flavio arrived at Big Cat Rescue in 2002 after retiring from the circus. He was hailed as the smartest circus tiger ever known. He performed a light and music number flawlessly for years until he decided one day that he didn't like the other tigers and all he wanted to do was fight.
Perhaps he really was the smartest circus tiger because that bought him a ticket to retirement with us.
He was known here Read More