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Amazing Grace Ocelot

Amazing Grace Ocelot

Amazing Grace Ocelot

Mrs Carole Baskin
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I work with zoo animals so anything in regards to exotics is great.

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Amazing Grace Ocelot Goes to the Vet at Big Cat Rescue

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Amazing Grace Ocelot Goes to the Vet at Big Cat Rescue
Mrs Carole Baskin

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Mrs Carole Baskin

Big Cat Rescue, one of the world’s largest accredited sanctuaries for exotic cats, is a leading advocate in ending the abuse of captive big cats and saving wild cats from extinction. We are home to about 100 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars, servals and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.
The sanctuary began rescuing exotic cats in Nov. 4, 1992.
The non profit 501 c 3 sanctuary is home to about 100 exotic big cats
The cats at Big Cat Rescue are here for a variety of reasons, including:
Abandoned by owners who wrongly thought they would make good pets
Abused by owners in order to force them to perform
Retired from performing acts
Saved from being slaughtered to make fur coats
Rescued as babies after hunters killed their mothers. See our Bobcat Rehab and Release work
Big Cat Rescue has many species of cats, many of whom are threatened, endangered or extinct now in the wild, including:
Tigers, Lions, Leopards, Cougars, Bobcats, Lynx, Servals, Ocelots, Caracals, Jungle Cats and a Geoffroy Cat
The non-profit organization is:
Accredited by the Global Federation of Sanctuaries
Certified by Independent Charities of America as a “Best in America Charity”
Member of the World Society for Protection of Animals
Rated 4 Stars by Charity Navigator (their highest rating) and has one of the highest scores of any animal based charity
Part of a global coalition including HSUS, IFAW, WWF, GFAS, Born Free and other animal protection groups who are working together to end big cat abuse.
The sanctuary is situated on 67 acres in the Citrus Park area of north Tampa.

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I work with zoo animals so anything in regards to exotics is great.

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