Ocelot Ear Surgery at Big Cat Rescue

When PurrFection the Ocelot developed a hemotoma on her ear she needed emergency surgery to alieviate the swelling.  It’s been raining for days on end and we didn’t want her to suffer so Big Cat Rescuers braved the weather to get her the vet care she needed.  When you operate a sanctuary for big cats it is a non stop committment.  That means feeding, cleaning, enriching and providing top notch vet care no matter how miserable the weather.  Watch this video of the day in the life of Big Cat Rescuers.


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