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Big Cat Rescues Overview

Tiger Link is one of the first to agree that, in a perfect and balanced world, big cats belong in the wild, free in a peaceful, natural system. However, we must all realize that the world is not perfect. The natural selection process and the balance of nature have been impacted beyond repair, but there is hope that the Earth's natural ecosystems will be protected and restored, and many organizations struggle with that cause daily.

Tiger Creek

Our crusade is the back-up and recovery of such ecosystems by involving the tiger's role and our ability to create awareness and inspire and train future leaders. Poaching and habitat destruction have taken their toll on both ecosystems and their inhabitants.

Our crusade is the back-up and recovery of such ecosystems by involving the tiger's role and our ability to create awareness and inspire and train future leaders. Poaching and habitat destruction have taken their toll on both ecosystems and their inhabitants.

Tiger Link further believes that the big cats are an inherited responsibility of all of mankind. Today few people or organizations go into the wild and capture wild felines. These big cats were bred and raised in captivity over generations, many by irresponsible people. Those of us who care for rescued big cats are exercising the stewardship placed upon all. We are restoring the dignity that these big cats deserve. Tiger Missing Link Foundation's compassion is expressed through its Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge.

"To truly rescue an animal one has to provide long-term care that guarantees the animal's security for its natural life. The reason, because rescuing an animal is more than just removing an animal from a bad situation. Rescue involves restoring and preserving the animal's dignity for its natural life without stress, and this includes conserving the species as a whole for generations to come."
(Brian Werner, Founder & CEO Tiger Link - Tiger Creek)

Learn more about: Great Cat Management

Learn more about: Why Big Cats Need to Be Rescued

For big cat rescue services contact: Brian Werner at (903) 216-2072 or contact us and save human lives by visiting the two links listed below before approaching a big cat situation.

Learn more about: What to Do if You Learn of Big Cats Near You

Learn more about: Recommended Guidelines for Law Enforcement Officials