Newly formed in 2017, the BCSA was created to strengthen the big cat sanctuary community by offering an annual workshop for sanctuaries to come together to learn new methods in animal care, discuss veterinary issues and treatment, and cover financial topics such as fundraising strategies and sustainability. In addition, we will offer support to member sanctuaries as well as sanctuaries interested in obtaining BCSA membership on topics listed above as well as ways to overall improve their standards of care. In addition, the BCSA will speak as one unified voice on the issues of the exotic pet trade, big cats used in entertainment and other areas of abuse. The BCSA works towards the day when sanctuaries are no longer needed because the ownership and commercial exploitation of wild cats has been eliminated. We are a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives.
BCSA works towards the day when sanctuaries are no longer needed because the ownership and commercial exploitation of wild cats have been eliminated.
The Big Cat Sanctuary Alliance works to eliminate private ownership and the commercial exploitation of wild cats in the United States.
Why sanctuaries are needed: http://www.bigcatalliance.org/why-sanctuaries-are-needed/