Watching Tiger King? Here’s what you should know (and how you can help)

Watching Tiger King? Here’s what you should know (and how you can help)

By: Carson Barylak, IFAW Programs Manager and Meredith Whitney, IFAW Wildlife Rescue Program Officer.  This blog first appeared on the IFAW web site and is reprinted with their permission. The Netflix docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, has gripped audiences across the world and created countless memes across the internet; the iconic wild animals, complex human […]

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Something to Be Thankful For: Ending Private Ownership of Big Cats

Something to Be Thankful For: Ending Private Ownership of Big Cats

Our partners at the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) are dedicated to ending the private ownership of big cats like lions and tigers. So when we asked them what they were thankful for this year they wanted to share the progress that has been made to end cruelty and abuse of these amazing animals. […]

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Ending the “pet” trade for big cats will save lives

Ending the “pet” trade for big cats will save lives

Big cats don’t make good pets but you might be shocked at how many of these magnificent animals are being held in captivity in private homes, often living in atrocious conditions that not only endanger their lives but those of people in the surrounding community. As Beth Allgood, the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s U.S. […]

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