Feline Rescue

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Quinton Aaron Visits Big Cat Rescue!


I thought I was a big guy, but I got nothing on these guys. Andre and Arthur are two tigers that live here at Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit educational sanctuary in Tampa, Florida, which is home to over a hundred exotic cats. Many of these cats have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, and retired from performing acts, but now, they have the best life possible in captivity, thanks to Big Cat Rescue and its supporters. Right now, there’s an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 privately- owned tigers and other species of big cats living in the United States. They’re often kept in tiny backyards, fed poor diets, and really having nothing to live for. It’s a very sad situation. These cats aren’t pets; they’re wild animals and deserve so much more than to live in these conditions and be exploited to make money. Big Cat Rescue is fighting to change this and put an end to the abuse and exploitation of these big cats. Please visit Bigcatrescue.org for more information, and to learn how you can help make a difference. EDITED-LHD-ACP-MGN-DQ

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