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Today at Big Cat Rescue Dec 17

Paul Mitchell Pet Club

The Paul Mitchell Pet Club sent a dozen of their stylists to help Big Cat Rescue build a room addition for Purr-fection the Ocelot and they helped with cage modifications for Will and Anasazi the bobcats and they planted beautiful flowers all around the tour paths.

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

 

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Paul Mitchell Pet Club Volunteer Project at Big Cat Rescue

Denny Mitchell leading a tour along the lake at Big Cat Rescue

Denny Mitchell leading a tour along the lake at Big Cat Rescue

Arthur and Andre tigers are usually found close together

Arthur and Andre tigers are usually found close together

Jen and Darren Holley build a jungle gym for Simba the leopard

Jen and Darren Holley build a jungle gym for Simba the leopard

Jen and Darren Holley build a jungle gym for Simba the leopard

Jen and Darren Holley build a jungle gym for Simba the leopard

PC Magazine Names Big Cat Rescue in Top 12 Favorite Charities


Big Cat Rescue, which takes in retired circus lions and tigers, also rescues other big cats from people who tried to keep them as pets, and otherwise offers sanctuary to large cats that are not eligible for release into the wild. It’s focused on educating people about the unsuitability of the animals as pets, working toward passing laws against roadside zoos, and shutting down breeding programs like the exotic pet trade. They also take in injured wild cats and rehabilitate them for release. The group has a video cam set up in the sanctuary, and they regularly post videos of the big cats. The cats eat a massive amount every day, naturally, so Big Cat Rescue relies on donations and paid tour groups to support them.—Arielle Rochette  PC Magazine

 

Sunsets at Big Cat Rescue are scenic and filled with the roars of lions and tigers

Sunsets at Big Cat Rescue are scenic and filled with the roars of lions and tigers

Running Bear and Little White Dove sitting behind each other's signs

Running Bear and Little White Dove sitting behind each other's signs

Running Bear and Little White Dove the bobcats

Running Bear and Little White Dove the bobcats

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