William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Friday, 26, March, 2010

Sappy Cat Blogging

Filed under: Cat Blogging — williamthecoroner @ 21:02

It’s Friday, so it’s time for SAPPY CAT BLOGGING!  Today’s cats are the 289 who live at TIGER HAVEN in Tennessee.  Tiger Haven is a no-kill shelter for big cat rescue.  They get the cats no-one wants, mixed breeds (i.e. 1/2 Siberian and 1/s Bengal tigers) ex-circus animals, people’s pets that they cannot handle, ones from roadside “zoos”.  Most of these animals would have to be shot if it weren’t for these folks, and because they aren’t “pure-breds” they aren’t useful as breeding stock for zoos–even though they are endangered.

Tiger Haven is having a problem, according to rumor on Facebook (source, John Ringo) some new neighbors moved in and are complaining about noise and whatnot trying to have them shut down–which may also be a ploy to get the land for development.  I HATE people who build houses next to a railroad, airport, or other facility and then complain about it–Go give them a visit and a hand if you can.

2 Comments »

  1. That sucks, no question… and yep, when in doubt, follow the money trail. I truly hope they survive this and continue their rescues!

    Comment by Old NFO — Saturday, 27, March, 2010 @ 19:50 | Reply

  2. That thing you hate is called “coming to the nuisance.” It means moving near an airport, railroad track, outdoor drive-in movie, mall, parking lot, etc. and then bitching and moaning about it.

    Comment by jaye — Monday, 29, March, 2010 @ 08:44 | Reply


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