These precious Mountain Lion cubs were orphaned when a hunter shot their mother to death, right in front of them. Because Idaho does not allow big cats to be released back to the wild, they had to be euthanized or go to a zoo. Mady Rothchild at Animals in Distress Association knew that in a zoo they would be split up, bred and discarded like so many others so she persuaded Fish & Game to send the orphans to Big Cat Rescue. Here we will keep them together, because they have already lost so much, but we need your help.
Please order your magazines and gifts here and ask your friends to do the same so that they can have the best possible life, if it must be one of captivity.
Help Big Cat Rescue Care for Big Cats and End the Trade. Your purchases help us care for more than 80 exotic cats and give them a permanent safe haven. You can buy the magazines you love to read and give as gifts while making sure these big cats get the proper food, vet care and lots of love and attention. Your support also helps us advocate for better laws and stronger enforcement to prevent abuse, neglect and abandonment. Thank you for helping us help them!