Big Cat Rescue PSA

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought it would be of interest!

>> Note: From YouTube >>

Big Cat Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity dedicated to the care of exotic cats. We provide a permanent home for unwanted wildcats and we educate the public in order to eliminate the causes of abandonment and abuse. The images of exploitation and horrid conditions in the video above were filmed in places where we had been asked to rescue big cats; but we cannot save them all. Your voice for better laws and your tax deductible donations will make it possible to end the abuse. With your help we can end the suffering and give these great cats a home for life. Formore info about BIG CAT RESCUE visit: Find us on FACEBOOK MYSPACE: TWITTER: DONATE: THANK YOU! * Music – Strive “On Our Way”. If you text TIGER to 20222 *A one-time donation of will be added to your mobile phone bill or deducted from your prepaid balance. Standard messaging/data rates may apply. All charges are billed by and payable to your mobile service provider. Service is available on most carriers. Donations are collected for the benefit of the Big Cat Rescue by the Mobile Giving Foundation and subject to the terms found at You can unsubscribe at any time by texting STOP to short code 20222; HELP to 20222 for help.

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25 Responses

  1. Zootours

    I can’t wait to visit your facility in person one day. I love what you guys are doing as far as educating the public about cats

  2. Bloodsaber90

    Touching video…
    Wish i could help them too.

  3. tikercat

    how come you never bait, lock and pin the tigers in order to clean them properly? i.e; digging out urine spots, removing bones that draw ants? pulling stool from the outside is not sanitary, nor is neglecting to rake the enclosures. you give 501c-3 organizations a bad name-but like everything else-your money (profits) talk and not your responsibility to the cats!

  4. BigCatRescue

    @tikercat pin the tigers???!!! This sounds dangerous! If we need to get into an enclosure to perform maintenance our cages are built in two separate sections so we can just call them over to one side while the other person closes them off, no food needed in most cases as we have a good relationship with our cats. Why is removing scat from the outside not sanitary? It is removed just like if we went in the enclosure and picked it up?

  5. BigCatRescue

    @tikercat We have very high standards of animal care, our cats are happy, healthy and not stressed. We don’t have any contact with our cats or breed like some so called “sanctuaries”

  6. lunapescada

    great job you guys. please continue to save these creatures they are so beautiful. i don’t want them to extinct. it’s so sad that there are less lions in asia than africa. i hope both lion population grow even more 🙂

  7. Horses4life96

    Whats the song named it’s very beautiful! <3 I want to work here when i turn 18 🙂

  8. JyrTwinz

    yeah… you guys take cats from peoples houses and put them in cages of your own… nice

  9. BigCatRescue

    @Horses4life96 The song is called “on our way” by STRIVE, hope to see you at the sanctuary someday! 🙂

  10. Eximity

    @JyrTwinz you do realize that the footage of the tiny cages is of places the cats were rescued from right? BCR keeps them in much larger enclosures than they were previously in, and they can’t release them into the wild.

  11. lowmask2

    i want a tiger or lion i feed them healthy steak or healthy meat i don’t know wat kind i just want one it will be my first pet

  12. rkl8912

    @JyrTwinz the people’s houses before are very crowded and dirty. But the Big Cat Rescue, they actually make the environment more comfortable and spacious, just like the wild. And also there are a lot of non profit organizations that do this, they get the big cats and help them recover nicely and then they send them back to the wild.Where they naturally belong.

  13. Nicodemus98

    Except for the ones that have deficiencies, what makes your operation different than a zoo? Are they not still in cages? Are they not still captive? Why not return them to their home countries? No matter what you do here, in the States, it will have zero impact on what the governments of other countries do. Most profit from the sale of these animals. We both know that. Once extinct in the wild, captive animals will be all there are. I don’t mean to be critical, but, where’s the differenc?.

  14. BigCatRescue

    @Nicodemus98 They’re still in cages yes, but they are in much better environments form what we have rescued them from and if they weren’t rescued they would still be in these horrible conditions or dead. None of our cats are suitable for release back into the wild (which very very rarely happens) They associate people with food, are not scared of people and would become nuisance animals, they are also inbred and cross bred their genetics aren’t 100% so would be of no benefit to wild populations

  15. ShanycesStarhh

    trust me if i could have a mountain lion in my neighborhood i would.
    honestly they’re not abandond. im sure alot of us would love to have them cute
    furry things in our homes. but seariously man, thoes are some huge teeth,
    i wouldnt want them biting me!

  16. isisbybobdylan

    What an excellent, and most touching video. Tears! Extra glad I donated.. Hope more will follow!

  17. isisbybobdylan

    Very touching. A worthy cause. I love cats, have 3 little domestic ones, and the big cats are just beautiful. I can’t imagine such a noble creature trapped in a basement. It really should be illegal.

  18. thebuzzerding

    not the ligersss GOD!

  19. Msbea345

    if you love these animals, let them go back to the wild… is not fair to cage these animals….this is wrong.,I visited the fort worth zoo and it made me feel so sad as to how these animals look sad and depressed.

    Let them go….

  20. BigCatRescue

    @Msbea345 We wish this could be done and it was that easy, but this isn’t an option. Releasing captive bred cats into the wild is very rarely done and if it is the animals are strong genetic examples of that species, our cats have mixed genetics from cross breeding sub species and inbreeding etc.. So what we do is rescue these animals form bad conditions, provide them with a quality home for the rest of their lives and educate the public about their plight in the wild and in captivity 🙂

  21. FoxBatinaHat

    0:22 ewwww! Would you like to live in mud all your life?! That poor thing!

  22. candy18869

    i’ve gone here! it was wonderful. i went in the summer time and omg…i was dying! but the cats all looked happy 😀

  23. strapen2good

    How sad. My house-cat comes alive when there is new stimulation. I can’t believe there are people out there who think animals like these LIKE living in cages.

  24. iKeaten

    0:28 Bitch, get my ass outta here!

  25. koenigsegg661

    I have a pet siberian tiger and you sure as hell aint taking him away from me