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When I adopted Dora Mae she was already grey in the face. The rescue told us she'd been adopted once before and returned for being too quiet.
For the first few months we called her "Dora the Doorstop" because she was afraid of everything and she rarely left the couch…
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An Unbelievable Transformation!
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Rescue Big Cats
There are as many as 5,000 tigers in dangerous situations across the U.S. They are in backyards, houses and kennels, often with inadequate care and space.
IFAW is committed to finding these big cats safe homes in sanctuaries. These tigers deserve a better life—they are wild animals, not pets.
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