Category: Wildlife

Roaring Good Time with Wild Cats

As the year purrs on, so do the opportunities to support the rescue and rehabilitation of animals. Every summer, those who love wild cats can take part in a special Twilight Tour of the Exotic Feline Breeding Compound’s Conservation Center in Rosamond. More than 70 felines live at the center, representing 19 species, including: tiger, […] Read more

Things to Do

April 28 Exotic Feline Breeding Compound’s Twilight Tours The first EFBC Twilight Tour of the year is open to visitors on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Guests will arrive during evening hours to see the behavior of wild cats in the night. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. For the Exotic Feline Breeding Compound’s Twilight Tour, the […] Read more

How to Coexist with Native Wildlife

It’s spring, so it’s a good time of year for some tips on what you can do if you come across a baby in its natural habitat. What should you do if you find an orphaned or injured animal? With good intentions, people sometimes attempt to rescue baby animals. Sadly, a lack of training in the […] Read more

Pet Peeves from the Rescue Perspective

There are areas where cats can live indoor/outdoor and have a long healthy life. Santa Clarita is not one of those places. Almost daily I encounter people who claim they are unable to keep their cat indoors. Because the cat is insistent on going outdoors, it’s a given – and the cat is allowed outdoors. […] Read more

Size Matters — Smaller Pets Need Bigger Supervision

By Martha Michael >>> It’s simple math: the higher the number of wild animals in the neighborhood, the fewer the number of small pets that survive. But if you’re a small animal lover, the only equation you care about is one and one: you + your pet. We work so hard to protect our pets […] Read more