An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 big cats languish in deplorable conditions in backyards, roadside zoos, and traveling exhibits throughout the United States. Tigers and lions should not be pets or bred and exploited for profit. While some states have regulations that attempt to protect big cats, decades of experience have proven they don't work. The only solution is to ban private breeding and ownership of big cats nationally.
The Big Cat Public Safety Act H.R.1818 / S.2990 would end cub petting, ban most private ownership, and would greatly restrict the breeding of big cats.
For more info visit bigcatrescue.org/big-cat-act/
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