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Let's all take a good look at the NEW home page of Big Cat Rescue and how Carole is trying to cover her tracks with more lies.
Big Cat Rescue is the largest accredited sanctuary in the world dedicated entirely to abused and abandoned big cats.
Lie, most of the cats were bought by Carole as pets and pawned off as rescues. So being dedicated entirely to abused and abandoned big cats is so far from the truth. Ringling Brothers Circus also pays to board their cats there.
The Non-profit Sanctuary began in 1992.
Another big lie, Carole incorporated as a For-Profit business in 1995 and did not become Not-For-Profit until her husband, Don Lewis, came up missing, as he did not want to be Non-Profit. So he had to disappear before Carole could become Non-Profit. (She did not start as a Non-Profit in 1992, it was late 2003. Correct info is in this document: Corporation Wiki - Big Cat Rescue - Tampa, Florida
The Sanctuary is home to more than 100 exotic big cats.
Wrong…..try more like 46 big cats. The rest are small bobcats left over from her buying and breeding days. And in her 20 year plan she states that the Board of Directors does not want more than 20 large cats.
The cats at Big Cat Rescue are here for a variety of reasons, including:
Big Cat Rescue has 16 species of cats, many of whom are threatened, endangered or extinct now in the wild, including:
Why would a Sanctuary be so adamant on advertising such a great collection of cats if they aren't a business or a roadside zoo?
Big Cat Rescue's mission is to provide the best possible home for the animals in our care and try to stop the flow of exotic cats needing sanctuary by educating the public about the plight of the animals and supporting stronger laws to protect them.
But yet she has had 117 cats die while in her care, and most have all been sent to Mr. Reed to be skinned and mounted for Carole's personal collection of dead animals.
The non-profit organization is:
The sanctuary is situated on 55 acres in the Citrus Park area of north Tampa.
But over half of this acreage being a pond and swampland.
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