Do the Animal Rights Activists know!?!

**In light of the recent addition of Carole Lewis Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue of Florida being welcomed with open arms as a Diamond Sponsor at their big yearly Animal Rights Convention in Washington DC (Still wondering what that cost and which ‘donate for animal care’ campaign she received the donations she spent!!!); I decided make this post…

Do they know?!? And what would they do if they knew?!?

I read so many testimonials written by people before  they became animal rights activists because…  BUT there is no excuse for Carole Lewis Baskin who has caging that is poorly constructed and animal care neglected…feeding live domestic animals to the cats and claiming it as rehab…and/or enrichment…BULLSHIT!!!

Let’s expose her dirty little past shall we!?!…(Sometimes it comes back to bite you in the ass Carole)…Dirty little secret exposed!!!…Apparently she doesn’t have a monopoly on the animal abuse sites…what, no payoff on this site… Look what this cat has turned up…


Case Details

Case Snapshot

Case ID: 6100
Classification: Neglect / Abandonment
Animal: captive exotic

Animal dealer charged under AWA

Tampa, FL (US)

Incident Date: Monday, Aug 31, 1998
County: Hillsborough

Disposition: USDA Citation

Persons of Interest: 
» Carole Lewis [BASKIN]

On Sept. 10, 1998, the U.S. Department of Agriculture charged licensed animal dealers J. Don and Carole Lewis, doing business as Wild Life on Easy Street, Inc. in Tampa, Fla., with violations of the Animal Welfare Act.

“The animal care program is designed to enforce minimum animal care standards under the law,” said W. Ron DeHaven, acting deputy administrator for animal care with the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, a part of USDA’s Marketing and Regulatory Programs Mission Area. “We are charging that the Lewises did not even meet those minimum standards.”

APHIS inspectors found that the Lewises failed to: 

— Maintain compatible groups of animals in the same enclosure;

— Handle animals in a manner that prevented physical harm;

— Maintain structurally sound housing facilities for dogs;

— Clean water receptacles;

— Clean the premises and keep it free of accumulations of trash;

— Maintain complete records on the premises showing the acquisition, disposition, and identification of animals;

— Provide a suitable method for the rapid elimination of water from outdoor housing facilities;

— Clean primary enclosures as required;

— Store supplies of food in an adequate manner; and

— Maintain a sufficient distance or barrier between animals and the viewing public.

Easy Street is the one and the same as Big Cat Rescue of Florida, Carole Lewis Baskin-owner


~ by topcatsroar on August 14, 2012.

2 Responses to “Do the Animal Rights Activists know!?!”

  1. How could they be expected to eliminate trash when the whole place is built on top of an old dump? I’m sure all that trash on site was leeching out of the ground after a heavy rain. And for “providing a suitable method of elimination of water from the facilities, well, that’s easy. Just flush it into the “lake,” which is also on the old dump and provides the animals’ drinking water. Isn’t that what recycling is all about?

  2. For more information:

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: