U.S. Efforts to Protect Tigers

US Fish & Wildlife Service Publication (Summer 2010):

 

http://www.fws.gov/international/DMA_DSA/CITES/pdf/Tiger_DMA.pdf

It is pretty much just the government trying to look like they are handling the issue, but the fact is that they are failing miserably and are especially negligent in that they still have not rescinded the "generic tiger" loop hole that allows anyone who pays 40.00 bucks to get a USDA license to breed tigers with virtually no oversight as to how they are used or what becomes of their bodies when they disappear.

For the cats,

Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue
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Carole.Baskin@BigCatRescue.org
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