Fun Photos on Friday the 13th
Andi Bobcat up in her tree at Big Cat Rescue
Vernon Stairs posts new tour sign at Big Cat Rescue
Little Dove Bobcat peeks out of her den at Big Cat Rescue
Natasha Lynx enjoys a spice bag a few weeks ago at Big Cat w
Aspen Echo Cougar strikes a pose at Big Cat Rescue
Aspen Echo looks so regal in front of her cave den at Big Cat Rescue
Do you look at your cat, with half closed eye, to show your love?
Tonga the White Serval still doing well, years after cancer was removed from his nose.
Tonga the White Serval gets ready for his role as the Easter Bunny
Mickey the cougar, who had torn ACLs in both back legs will get second surgery soon.
Mickey the cougar has improved in his ability to use the knee repaired by Dr. Callum Hay.
A big shout out from Mickey Cougar to everyone who helped him get the first surgery.
…and a plea, from Mickey Cougar to help fund the second ACL surgery.
Angelica Bobcat caught just before breaking into a huge yawn.
Thurston and Lovey napping in their tree house at Big Cat Rescue.
Genie Sandcat sees no reason to leave her heated Skippy Bed for the photographer.
Narla Cougar regrets the cat nip binge from last night at Big Cat Rescue.
Gale Ingham shows a painting of Windsong Bobcat by Intern Julia Doane.
Canvas prints of our cats were donated by Vanessa Fernandez & family for sale in our gift shop.
The gorgeous canvas prints hang in the office as they sell one at a time in the gift shop.
The eyes over the door are not for sale, but the beautiful leopard on the right is.
See which ones are still available at www.BigCatRescue.biz
This is the staff meeting room at Big Cat Rescue.
Our Keepers all wear radios while on property and these radio speakers are in & on the buildings.
Jennifer Leon and our Legislative Interns keep this area looking nice where guests are able to speak out for the cats.
Ariel Bobcat has been moved from rehab to her permanent cage, but is still a little shy.
Moms and kittens enjoy the expert care by our Interns in the FosteringIsCool.com program.
Vern uses a drill, found by Dr. Justin and Jamie, to tie on the 9 gauge wires.
Doing that by hand would just wring your wrists off!
Vern attaches the sign to the front of the Windsong Memorial Hospital.
Andi Bobcat does her best hoot owl im-purr-sonation.