Today at Big Cat Rescue Jan 23

2012 Cruel Leg Hold Trapping & Torture of Bobcat

Please speak out for this bobcat by asking that the people involved in his torture be fired and leg hold traps be banned.

Speak out against this here: CatLaws.com

Big Cat Rescue is home to over a dozen species of cats! Tigers and Lions may be the largest species at the sanctuary but many of our smaller species get the most attention! Say hello to the small cats of Big Cat Rescue, to read more about an individual cat on the video please visit CatBios .

Jamie, Chelsea, Willow, Jen and Howie at Staff - Committee Meeting
Jamie, Chelsea, Willow, Jen and Howie at Staff - Committee Meeting
Sharyn, Jeff, Chris and Denny at Staff - Committee Meeting
Sharyn, Jeff, Chris and Denny at Staff - Committee Meeting
Denny, Becky, Edith, Gale and Honey at Staff - Committee Meeting
Denny, Becky, Edith, Gale and Honey at Staff - Committee Meeting

First ever meeting of the Staff and the Volunteer Committee.  We discussed ways to improve our volunteer program, came up with some great ideas, shifted around some job descriptions and will be changing some of our tour offerings to maximize our ability to provide the best services to the cats and the public possible at the least cost to our donors.

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  • Michelle Cobb

    The animal trap video was hard to watch. Could not finish it. It is a shame that people can be so cruel to animals. This has to stop. Thank you Big Cat Rescue for all you do to help the innocent animals.

     

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