We are located at 12802 Easy St. Tampa, FL 33625 and are not open to visitors. I have no delusions that we would ever be able to open to the public again. Even if COVID-19 is under control by the end of next year (and I think it will be at least that long) I don’t know if I would ever take the risk of allowing one deranged person who saw Tiger King and is from the #FreeJoeExotic clan to gain access. Even though our tours are guided and have a backup person to keep the group of 20 or less together, it would be just too easy for a pair or group to work together to distract our volunteers long enough to throw some poisoned treat into a cage for a cat to consume. It’s just not worth the risk.
Injured or Orphaned Bobcats or Florida Panthers ONLY 813.493.4564 Note: It’s illegal to relocate a wild cat just because you saw one. We can only rescue them if they have been orphaned or injured and they have to be returned to the same place when they’ve healed. They help keep rabies vector animals in check, so they are good neighbors. Please don’t call us about other types of wildlife, as we only handle wildcats. Find out more at http://bigcatrescue.org/relocating-bobcats-and-cougars/
Press / Media Contact: Cat@BigCatRescue.org 813.493.4564 (Do NOT use this line for general info. You will just be directed back to the main info at the top of the page)