R.I.P Snorkel the Tiger …

As a cub, Snorkel spent his early years forced to pose as a prop with people for their photos. Then he ended up caged for years at a family circus.Luckily, he found a true safe haven at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, FL. Watch as he finally enjoys a taste of the wild and, for the first time in his life, was able to run…still much less than he truly deserves.

*Snorkel passed away on 3-12-10 but the twinkle in his eye still lives on in our hearts

Help WWF, The International Tiger Coalition and Big Cat Rescue tighten regulations to protect captive tigers in the U.S and prevent the increased demand for tiger products that put wild populations at risk.

Sign WWF’s petition to Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack asking them to use their authority to close existing loopholes in the permitting and monitoring of captive tigers in the U.S.

SIGN THE PETITION HERE: http://bit.ly/aC1IFN

Tags:

  • Show Comments (0)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

You May Also Like

Corbett has maximum number of tigers

Corbett has maximum number of tigers 13 Feb 2008, 0056 hrs IST , Nitin ...

500 canned hunting ranches in TX

‘Exotic hunting’ thrives in Texas As we bounce through the dusty undergrowth in a ...

Bobcat confiscated at N.C. auto auction returned to Ga. owner

GREENSBORO — The exotic cat that made an unscheduled appearance at a Greensboro auto ...