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  1. trevor lewter

    December 1, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    im so glad all your big cat’s are taken really good care of and are always having fun, i hope when im older i can join you guys in helping them.

  2. Connie Simmons

    December 7, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    This is awesome! I have been to BCR and I know the welfare is for the animal NOT the tourist. And all the proceeds go to the animals! I love big cats, but owning them as pets is so wrong! It will only sink in peoples heads when the public get involved and helps to bring a voice to these gorgeous creatures! Thank you BCR for all you do in preserving their lives now and hopefully for the future generations to come, including my new granddaughter!

  3. Lucena Newport

    December 25, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    I hope to one day come to the US and go on one of your tours…thanks to all at BCR for the care and love you give each day to these beautiful animals.

  4. Sarah Martin

    January 3, 2012 at 7:11 pm

    Hi everyone at Big Cat Rescue! You folks are doing an amazing job of helping all those wonderful cats that you advocate for! Bless your hearts! My daughter sponsored Nico the Geoffroy cat for me as a present for my birthday. It was the most thoughtful present that I have ever received. I love cats of all types, and so does my daughter. I’m afraid that I have fallen in love with Nico, and I will certainly donate to her care in the near future. How is she doing? I would like to follow her progress. She looks exactly like a cat that we had some years ago who was named simply “Blacky”. She was a loving old kitty, and when she finally passed-on, she was 22 yrs. old, the oldest kitty that we ever had. Please take good care of Nico, I know that you will. Keep up the good work always. Do you have a First Nations individual working with you on your staff? Some of the comments on the cats lives are most reminiscent of the wonderful beliefs of the Native North Americans.

    Take care all, and Happy New Year!

    Mme Sarah Martin

  5. Gwen Pippin

    April 1, 2013 at 2:33 pm

    … interesting, but could do without the music track. I'd rather hear the cats breathing or vocal reactions.

  6. Rita James

    April 29, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    Were it not for the muzak (pity)…. but the cats are worth seeing so took my headphones off and just watched the screen.

  7. Bart Dinardo

    May 7, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    I love all cats.big cats and little cats.i have cats of my own and I take good care of them.good work on the big cat rescue.i had a bobcat for a pet and he acted just like a domestic cat.he got sick and died.it was heartbreaking.

  8. Tammy Cavey

    February 27, 2014 at 2:59 pm

    My mother told me a story yesterday of her befriending a big black cat in flintstone md of which she was hoping to bring to Delaware when we moved. I am 49 and was 4 at that time. I can not remember hardly anything back then. She said it was probably best that she wasn't able to trap him because in De she probably would have been fined for having such a pet. She told me about how little by little she would get him to eat food at a tree in the yard then before she knew it it was following her around everywhere and even would come into the house. She showed me how it would jump up on her cousin Larry sitting in a big recliner and practically fill the whole thing. She said it was big as a dog …… She said when she went to trap it …. It leap away in two leaps …. The way I got to see her explain it through FaceTime ( because I am in sw va while she is in new castle de ) was Beautiful ……. Can't wait to show her a good video of what she might of had as a pet , spotted in wv

  9. Michele Giarrusso

    October 18, 2014 at 11:15 pm

    I'm a dog trainer. I now have a stray cat who adopted me after scent marking me, whining, and jumping in my arms at 10 at night after a concert downtown where I live. I took that mangy looking feline home and now I'm a cat person. It happens.

  10. Michele Giarrusso

    October 18, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    Btw, she is lung the cat. It's not trained. And, negative reinforcement means the subtraction of something positive. There is nothing wrong with using all four quads of operant conditioning properly.

  11. Joshua Lynn Hershberger

    November 8, 2014 at 3:04 am

    After getting off of work one night a friend and I were driving down the road and saw two cats being attacked by another animal. And when we pulled up the other animal ran away and I got out of the car to see if they were okay. And a little baby kitten ran into my arms screaming and crying. It was sooo sad. Poor little baby has a good home now.

  12. Laura Barber

    November 9, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    Yarn can actually be quite dangerous to a cat. The projections on their tongues push things backwards towards their throats. If they start licking a ball of yarn, they can end up swallowing it one inch at a time. It may necessitate dangerous abdominal surgery to get it removed.

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