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[Video] This Is Why You Never Turn Your Back On A Big Cat

Apparently all of the animals in this particular video are ‘rescue cats’ that have been saved from abuse, or terrible conditions while kept in captivity. And even though the majority of these animals have been raised in captivity, as you can plainly see in the video, they still possess their natural instincts for stealth and stalking up on their ‘prey’.

Big Cat Rescue is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world dedicated to abused and abandoned big cats.

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They are home to about 80+ lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.

What sets Big Cat Rescue apart is that we are working to end the abuse at its root by ending the private possession and trade in exotic cats through legislation and education. The sanctuary began rescuing exotic cats in Nov. 4, 1992.

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If you wish to visit Big Cat Rescue here is their contact info:

General inquiries: Please email [email protected] or call 813.920.4130 We are located at 12802 Easy St. Tampa, FL 33625 but all visits must be reserved and prepaid here:



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