Today at Big Cat Rescue Oct 23

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Oct 23


Today we hosted a wonderful couple from Wildlife SOS in India who came here on the suggestion of a Vyoma who is a donor of ours because she loves our leopard cages and thought they may want to pattern theirs the same way.



For hundreds of years throughout India, the sloth bear has been horribly exploited and abused. We are fighting to make sure every dancing bear of India is safe and in our care for the rest of their lives. Learn more.


In India, working elephants often endure lives filled with hardship, illness and injury. We are committed to improving the lives of these elephants as well as to taking as many off the streets as possible. Learn more.


From snake charmers to reptiles caught in dangerous situations, we are constantly saving reptiles! We run the only 24-hour reptile rescue center in the National Capital Region (NCR) and deal with roughly 300 calls a month. Learn more.


The greatest threat to the Leopard in India is their constant conflict with man. Relocation and protection of their natural habitat is vital to their survival. We work alongside the Forest Department of India to ensure their safety. Learn more.


From monkeys to birds, dugongs and everything in between the Wildlife SOS staff rescues thousands of animals in distress every year. Learn more.

Wildlife SOS operates 12 sanctuaries in India for bears who have been rescued from the dancing bear industry and from bile milking farms.  They rescue leopards who have gotten in trouble with people and many other wild animals in need.  Visit their site to find out more about all of the wonderful work they are doing to protect wild animals in the wild.


They have graciously offered to host us on a quest to see tigers living free if we can find time to get away to India.  With the work we are doing to save the cats in the wild, perhaps we can do some good while there.


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