Today at Big Cat Rescue The Big Cat Tax Break

Cameron the lion with a wad of cash

The Big Cat Tax Break!

Cameron the lion with a wad of cash
The Big Cat Tax Break!

The clock is swiftly winding down on 2011 but Big Cat Rescue is hoping for a Happy New Year for the cats!

As you count your blessings this holiday season, please consider including Big Cat Rescue as part of your season of giving.

The challenges remain daunting but the solutions are achievable….with your generous support.

Please help us continue to rescue, feed and provide a “forever” home to the magnificent creatures who cannot speak for themselves. By giving a year-end, tax-deductible gift to Big Cat Rescue today, you can help the sanctuary continue to provide the best home we can for the 100+ animals that call our sanctuary home.

Your gift will also help us continue our advocacy work of educating people that they should not support individuals and companies that exploit exotic cats or profit from animal suffering. In 2011, we made great strides in raising awareness in this country that exotic cats should not be used for entertainment and should not be bred and sold to private owners.

Would you like to purrsonalize your donation? We offer Sponsorship Kits that allow you to sponsor a specific cat; http://www.bigcatrescue.biz/ to honor a beloved family member or pet; or donor recognition on a a permanent sign for those who contributed to our http://www.bigcatrescue.biz/. Each of these donations make great presents and are tax deductible. December 31st is TOMORROW, so the time to make a tax deductible contribution for 2011 is running out. Click HERE for details.

With best wishes for a healthy and prosperous 2012

Big Cat Rescue is a 4 Star Charity and Awarded Best in America

Stop Big Cat Abuse

Ask Cedar Mall to Ban Big Cat Acts in Their Mall
They are discussing 2012 bookings on Jan 4, 2012

Despite hundreds of  emails in November from supporters like you, Cedar Mall is considering having the cub exhibit back again next year. Please call and email the mall and anchor stores asking them to NOT allow the cubs to return.

Calling the mall makes a huge impact for the cats.  All you need to say is that you think it is cub abuse to have cubs used this way at the mall.

 

Cedar Mall

2900 S. Main Street

Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868

Greg Morgan – General Manager

715-234-9780

cedarmall@chibardun.net  (this is the mall’s general email box)

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Cedar-Mall-of-Rice-L…

 

 

Mall Owner —  Walker Property Group, Inc

420 East 58th Ave Denver, CO 80216

Craig Walker – Owner

cwalker@wcg-corp.com

Cell  303-601-6437

Office 303-292-5537

 

 

Joanne McGee – Leasing Agent for Cedar Mall

mcgee@wcg-corp.com

Office 303-292-5537

 

 

 

Anchor store — JC Penney’s

Linda Olson – General Manager

lolso2@jcpenney.com

715-234-6856

 

 

Anchor store — Herberger’s

Marie Nett – General Manager

marie.nett@bonton.com

715-234-7031

 

If you got this message by email and cannot click the Take Action buttons, you can paste this URL into your browser bar to take action:

http://catlaws.com

Posing with Big Cat Cubs Leads to Abuse
Posing with Big Cat Cubs Leads to Abuse
Flavio tiger gets a Christmas tree
Flavio tiger gets a Christmas tree
Shere Khan and China Doll snuggle by the Christmas tree in morning light
Shere Khan and China Doll snuggle by the Christmas tree in morning light
Jamie Veronica hauls Christmas trees for the cats behind her cart
Jamie Veronica hauls Christmas trees for the cats behind her cart
Rachel, Jamie and Afton give Christmas trees to Arthur, Andre & Amanda
Rachel, Jamie and Afton give Christmas trees to Arthur, Andre & Amanda
Rachel, Jamie and Afton give Christmas trees to Arthur, Andre & Amanda20111230-125408.jpg
Rachel, Jamie and Afton give Christmas trees to Arthur, Andre & Amanda
Arthur and Andre tigers sniff their Christmas trees
Arthur and Andre tigers sniff their Christmas trees
...and then they pee on them to mark them as "theirs"
...and then they pee on them to mark them as "theirs"
200 + people for the 3PM tour today...again!
200 + people for the 3PM tour today...again!
Jessica Allen leads a Keeper tour and demonstrates Operant Conditioning
Jessica Allen leads a Keeper tour and demonstrates Operant Conditioning
Sasha the lioness pours like liquid gold over the grass
Sasha the lioness pours like liquid gold over the grass

 

 

 

Afton and Rachel help Jamie load Christmas trees onto the carts
Afton and Rachel help Jamie load Christmas trees onto the carts
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