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No Zoo Cats

Here at Big Cat Rescue we are dedicated to ending the practice of keeping wildcats in backyard cages and zoos. As animal advocates, we believe it is our responsibility to protect exotic cats from the cruelty inherent in captivity and promote the conservation of our planet.  The only exception to this are sanctuaries that are accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries who are providing refuge to wildcats who cannot be released.  Sadly, most exotic cats born in cages are doomed to live in cages forever.  Learn more at Go Free

Wildcats are majestic creatures that deserve to roam freely in their natural habitats. However, countless wildcats are currently confined to small enclosures in zoos around the world. These animals, meant to roam vast territories, are reduced to mere shadows of their true selves within the confines of a cage. It is time to put an end to this injustice.

At Big Cat Rescue we understand that wildcats are not entertainment objects or commodities to be displayed for human amusement. They are sentient beings with complex needs and a rightful place in the wild. By advocating for the end of keeping wildcats in zoos, we aim to raise awareness about the importance of providing these animals with the respect and freedom they deserve.

Captive wildcats often suffer from a range of physical and psychological ailments. The lack of space and stimulation can lead to stress, depression, and even aggression. These beautiful creatures are forced to live a life far removed from their natural instincts and behaviors. It is our duty to put an end to this cruelty and provide them with the chance to live their lives to the fullest.

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Moreover, the conservation of our planet is intricately tied to the well-being of wildcats. As apex predators, they play a vital role in maintaining the delicate balance of ecosystems. By removing wildcats from their natural habitats and confining them to zoos, we disrupt the natural order of things and risk irreversible damage to our environment.

Protecting wildcats in their natural habitats is not only ethically sound but also crucial for our own survival. Preserving biodiversity and safeguarding ecosystems ensure the sustainability of our planet for future generations. By ending the practice of keeping wildcats in zoos, we are taking a step towards a more harmonious coexistence with nature.

At Big Cat Rescue we work tirelessly to rescue and rehabilitate wildcats that have been victims of human encroachment or abuse. Through our rescue efforts, we aim to give these animals a second chance at life. We also engage in educational initiatives to raise awareness about the plight of wildcats and the importance of their conservation.

Join us in our mission to protect exotic cats from the cruelty of captivity and promote the conservation of our planet. Together, we can make a difference. Join BigCatRescue.org today and learn more about how you can contribute to this important cause. Together, we can ensure a brighter future for wildcats and the world they call home.

By: Carole Baskin with AI help from Chat GPT and illustrations via Adobe Photoshop Beta

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  1. I don’t like to see big cats in zoos either but if they have left small zoos, they need a place to go so thank God for rescues.


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