Dr Liz Wynn

Liz Wynn

Dr. Liz Wynn

Liz WynnDr. Liz Wynn began in October of 2003 at Big Cat Rescue as a volunteer, cleaning cages, until we discovered that she was a veterinarian.  At the time our primary vet was Dr. Stacie Wadsworth, but she was getting ready to retire so it gave us a wonderful opportunity to have both vets work together for the last couple of years before Dr. Wadsworth moved to N.C.

Dr. Wynn visits twice a week and makes it her responsibility to personally flea treat all 100 cats every month.  She has cultivated great relationships with other vets in order to bring in specialists when needed.

Meet the Big Cat Rescue Team. See a typical day at the sanctuary.

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