Big Cat Rescue Corp. — Collect donations with fake ads!!!
This place is horrible there website even has a animated character telling you not to buy big cats its all a scam and it hurts it just seems that everything now is a scam. You see the ads and they are so convincing but there are numerous complaints if you google carole baskins aka carole lewis the owner. You will even see her on you tube and her staff saying that they breed cats but stopped she does everything she is telling people not to do. She also makes up fake rescues for the cats that she bought or breed most of her cats were actually born on the Big Cat Rescue Compound there is no time to turn around because she is still falsely collecting donations on the cats that were bought or breed. She has over 150 cats that the public is paying for. She also slanders other sanctuaries "her competition" to try and damage them. She tries to set rules for what a sanctuary is they are her own rules then she breaks them and points the finger at others around her. The website is convincing but with 1.5 million in revenue last year off these poor animals it is easy to pay for a great website to suck in unsuspecting victims for there money. False advertising is a crime collecting donations on cats that were not rescues is a crime and she should be put in jail and her license revoked and there should be a class action suit to pay back the people that donated to Big Cat Rescue!!! She even runs a website seperate to Big Cat Rescue where she slanders other legit sanctuaries hidden under The voice one of her co conspirators. There is a cougar video they say that the mother was shot by hunters just so happens that Big Cat Rescue was there in the Midwest at the time of the shooting ya right they spin these stories the story is ridiculous the cubs were born on the compound at Big Cat Rescue and they are collecting under the premise they are orphaned wild cougars.
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