Big Cat Updates
SUMMARY: Telling them apart Running Bear and Little White Dove, A lion and his Thanksgiving turkey, Letter to management form Nikita Lioness, Kittens found their purrmanent home, Shout out to Lewis Elementary, Tiger pizza party, and more.
Keeper Angie Gabor’s Coordinator Report for Saturday, 11/18/2017
Another beautiful day! The weather was great. We had lots of volunteers today.
Lots of cleaning, feeding, specialty tours and enrichment sign offs were done today.
Keisha and Diablo’s enclosures were finished by a work group and great interns.
Our Lion boys were a bit naughty today with their food intake, but all other picky eaters did wonderful. (Especially Will and Divinity)
We had a good orientation with 6 new potential volunteers.
That’s it for me.
Foster kittens, Cinder and Smoke have found their Purrmanent homes.
A Lion And His Thanksgiving Turkey – Published on Nov 17, 2017 – We all know Joseph LOVES ice cream, but does this grumpy old guy like anything else? Yes, yes he does…Thanksgiving turkey!
It is time again for our annual drive for funds to purchase extra turkeys and game hens for the cats for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Would you like to help us provide special holiday treats to your favorite cats?
https://BigCatRescue.org/turkey is a secure webpage to donate to this fund at.
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Telling Them Apart – Running Bear and Little White Dove
Running Bear is bigger and more silvery, although, his color does change some with the seasons.
Little White Dove is smaller and darker. Her white ruff has a black stripe.
Photos of Running Bear
Photo of Little White Dove
Photos of the two together
The Lion’s head and body can be up to eight feet, two inches, and tail up to three feet, five inches. Its weight can be up to 550 pounds.
A Big Cat Shout Out to Lewis Elementary for their support of Reise Cougar as part of last Thursday’s Great American Teach In.
November 18, 2017
Issues. I have issues!
1 –What does a Queen have to do to get more chicken around here? Am I speaking another language, or am I just being ignored? I’ve even resorted to posing as a chicken to make sure the staff gets it (1, 2) and still no chicken delivery truck has pulled up to my enclosure. I’m getting quite tired of this, and may have to start throwing around my 278 beautiful pounds. I am generally a very quiet, reserved queen, but I must admit I am starting to lose patience. (Note that anyone who questions my official weight will be sent immediately to the dungeon.)
2 –I understand another new resident has moved into our gated community – once again, without my prior approval. I will let that slide – for now – because I understand the new resident is a preacher. Heaven knows there are certain cats around here that could use one – and I’m looking right at YOU, Hoover! Maybe with a preacher on the grounds we can finally marry him off to one of his lady friends and stop his philandering ways. Between his mooing and the female tigers moaning about who is getting more attention every night, it gets a little crazy. Heaven knows we could all use a little more sleep around here.
3 – I hear that the Secretary is planning to move Zabu in with her on the pretense of using her as an emotional support animal. If we’re going to start a program like that, then I want to be someone’s emotional support animal, too. Calling Dr. J …
Sigh. I have just been informed that my informants gave me incorrect information and that the new resident is not a preacher at all, but a Savannah cat named Beacher. You just can’t get good help these days. Please forward their mail to their new residence, Cell 186, The Dungeon.
HRL Nikita Lioness
(Sent via Lori D., Secretary to the Cats)
Has YOUR Reppresentaive Co-Sponored yet? https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/1818/cosponsors?r=30
Have YOU made the Call of the wild at http://BigCatAct.com yet, this week? Have you asked at least one friend to make the call?
What is the Call of the Wild? http://bigcatrescue.org/cta-call-wild/
A Pizza Party Gone Wild – Published on May 2, 2017 – Our enrichment team has been very busy over the past 6 months making the holidays fun for the big cats. So we threw a pizza party for the big cats and for our hard working enrichment team!
Quick Links – http://bigcatrescue.org/quick-links/ These links will come in handy as you beginf teaching other about big cat issues. Let us know if something needs to be added. Are there questions you are having trouble finding answers for?
Ultimate Cat Shaming! – Published on Jul 15, 2015 – It’s no secret that cats do whatever they want… they don’t feel remorse, they’re just cats doing cat stuff! – Cat shaming is the perfect win-win way to get back at them – we can feel like we’ve punished our cats while they get to continue to do as they please 🙂
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