They Gave The World's Largest Cat A Pumpkin. What He Did With It Is The Best Thing Ever
It's pumpkin time at the Big Cat Rescue! Each year, volunteers collect leftover pumpkins donated by local Florida grocery stores. They give them to the tigers, leopards and lynx at the rescue to play with, eat and gleefully demolish, providing hours of entertainment for the cats and their observers. The Big Cat Rescue sanctuary is located on 55 acres in Citrus Park, Florida, and calls itself "the largest accredited sanctuary in the world dedicated entirely to abused and abandoned big cats." The sanctuary gets nearly 25,000 visitors every year to see the cats in action. Their YouTube channel, Big Cat TV, provides a glimpse at the day-to-day life of Big Cat Rescue's 100 feline residents.