Tucked away in the woods near Center Point, Indiana, the Exotic Feline Rescue Center currently houses about 200 rescued big cats. Lions, tigers, leopards, pumas and bobcats, as well as more obscure breeds such as caracal, serval, ocelot and lynx, have found refuge at this sanctuary.
This book contains more than 100 colour photographs of the resident big cats and each animal's story is compellingly recounted by the authors.
Foreword by Camilla Calamandrei; Preface by Stephen D. McCloud; Preface by Melanie Bowlin; Acknowledgments The Origins of EFRC; Alex; Anna; Baby and Sam; Caine; Casey; Chopper; Felix; G. G.; Gabby I; George and Rodney; Jafar; Jagger; King, Jasmine, and Lauren; Lakota; Lanky; Leroy and Luke; Lilly; Madyson and Mirage; Mau's Group; Max and Kisa; Navi; Santasia and Seminole; Sassy, King, JR, and Uluru; Sheba; Shiloh; Sumara and Sumira; Tahoe and Raja Girl; Tank, TJ, and JB; Tasha; Tinker; Tony I; Tony III, Oti, Kiera, Majae, and Cody; Wild Boyz Audra Masternak's Blog; Frequently Asked Questions; Visiting EFRC
Melanie Bowlin is a teacher with the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township in Indianapolis and a volunteer at the EFRC. Audra Masternak is a former intern at the EFRC. Stephen D. McCloud is a photographer and regular volunteer at the EFRC.
A stunning collection of photographs that beautifully illustrates the refuge and the large felines that call it home. The Herald-Times, praise for Saving the Big Cats