Big Cat Rescue has been nominated as a charity to benefit from Reddit groups, but some of the commenters are saying that the money should go to human causes; not animals. Would you Vote us up here to show your support for Big Cat Rescue as a charity recipient? http://redd.it/1liitx
The 13th Annual Stride has moved to the stadium this year! We’ve added 3 popular local bands, dock diving, and brought back The Doggie Fun Zone! There’ll be a food patio and more vendors and rescue groups than ever before! (Rescues attend free!)
We’ve added over $10,000 in raffle prizes, like a 42″ flat screen HDTV, a private beach condo getaway, a parasail ride, Kindle Fire HDs, iPad Minis and much, much more. The more you raise, the more chances you’ll have to win!
Now all we need is you! Register Now!
Come for the 3K Walk; Stay for the Party!
…Or, just come for the party!
About ACT and its mission to save animals’ lives
Clothing Starts at 50 cents
- 50% OFF All Shoes
- 50% OFF All Kitchen Items
- 50% OFF All Holiday Items
This sale continues September 3 – 7
If you haven’t been in our new store yet,
please stop by this week and enjoy our
more spacious location. You’ll be glad you did!
4465 W. Gandy Blvd, Suite 315
Tampa, FL 33611
Behind Sonic, next to the Post Office and just down from You Fit
Just 1/2 mile from our old location
Come and enjoy our new store!
Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm
Animal Based Charities, Inc.
4465 W. Gandy Blvd., Suite 315
Tampa, FL 33611
Hi Tiger Fans!
Tadoba Tiger Reserve, a scenic park in the geographical centre of India, was unknown till relatively recently, but is now firmly on any nature traveller’s map. Furthermore its tigers, spread over three ranges and large buffer forests, were seldom seen. Our expert, Atul Dhamanker, with a keen eye, great photographic skills and constant vigil over the past decade, has helped Tiger Nation publish a detailed history of its tiger population, their profiles and present status. Over this week, he will roll out a report of the present state of the park and its tiger population.