Two hours ago Big Cat Rescue issued an “Action Alert” on their Facebook page. Their calls to action usually consist of commanding their followers to send emails and leave comments on articles or social media pages. So who was the unlucky victim this time?
Big Cat Rescue’s target this time around is the Smithfield Fire Protection District, a volunteer fire department.
They ordered their followers to leave comments on the fire department's Facebook page. They try to protect their image by telling their supporters to leave "polite comments", however, a recent news report shows just how far some of their supporters are willing to go.
So what brought on the attack? As it turns out, the volunteer fire department is trying to raise funds to purchase equipment.
According to a Facebook post made by the fire department, they were planning on allowing people to take pictures with a tiger cub. Below is the flyer that was attached to the post.
The post has since been removed due to numerous comments left from Big Cat Rescue’s supporters. Some of their supporters have even started leaving fake 1-star reviews which is something Big Cat Rescue often complains happens to them.
HERE is the fire departments Facebook page if you want to leave supportive comments or just want to expose Big Cat Rescue's lies, fraud, and controversy to their supporters that have left comments.