Wildlife On Easy Street 1997
"A female Serval born in 1990 moved to Easy Street on 6/30/94 at the highest price we've every paid for a Serval, because of her reputation as a good mother. Six months later she graced us with a litter of our white footed kittens. She allowed Don to handle the kits daily, just like Windsong had done. This provides the kittens with superior mothering, and yet gets them accustomed to people and being handled. Daisy has all of her claws, but never uses them against people of the other cats."
Big Cat Rescue (present)
"Daisy arrived at Big Cat Rescue on 6/30/94. Daisy has a typical serval personality, she is quite playful and responds to nearly everything with a hiss. She loves enrichment time and will rub and drool all over cardboard tubes that have been scented with spices like cinamon and cloves. Daisy is catching up with old age and is the second oldest serval at the sanctuary."
The Rest of The Story
Daisy was purchased for breeding from breeder John Aynes of Oklahoma for $2200 in 1994. In her WOES Safari Guide Carole says of Daisy, "(Daisy) cost the highest price we ever paid for a Serval, because of her reputation as a good mother. Six months later she graced us with a litter of White-footed Serval kittens." Daisy was bred to Mufaso to produce Frosty and Purrsonality in 1995. Unless you believe it is ethical to purchase exotic cats to breed them and then portray them as rescues for the purpose of donations, these 4 cats, Daisy, Mufaso, Frosty, and Purrsonality were not rescued, and Carole Lewis Baskin is committing fraud.