Big Cat Rescue has developed quite a knack for telling lies, but this is just beneath them. I should have expected this though since I did make a website dedicated to exposing their deceptive practices. So what lie did they spew to warrant an article this time around? Continue reading to find out.
I must have struck one of Big Cat Rescue's nerves to have them resort to telling flat out lies about me on social media. A screenshot of their Facebook comment can be found below.
What could I have possibly done to Big Cat Rescue to have them say such a libelous thing about me? Apparently, the only thing it took to set them off was a simple comment I made in reply to a negative Facebook review about their facility. The thread is still up, but their comment has since been removed.
Just in case you're wondering, they did not make a mistake by confusing me with someone else. They purposefully lied about me as the edit history of their comment reveals. They changed "supports" to "currently owns."
Big Cat Rescue's original erroneous comment claiming that I support people who own and exploit animals is bad enough on its own, but their edited comment that states that I own, breed, and sell exotic cats just takes the cake. That is libel.
I have ever only owned one animal and she certainly isn't an exotic cat. As a matter of fact, I'm not a cat person.
All joking aside, I have a dog named Sam who you can see in the photograph above. Sam is a German Shepherd mixed with a Chow Chow according to the dog pound I purchased her from. I'll say it again, I own no other animals.
I wonder why Big Cat Rescue felt the need to make such a libelous statement about me. Would a truly legit organization lie about its critics? I guess my website must be causing them some sort of problem if they have resorted to this underhanded tactic. If they continue to lie about me to tarnish my reputation I will see what legal action can be taken.