Photo - Dutchess Tiger Download or Matted Print
Small Low Res - 4"x6" 72 dpi digital copy of the photo.
Large High Res - 8"x10" 300 dpi digital copy of the photo suitable for printing.
After check out you will receive an email with a link to download the image. No photo will be mailed to you.
4x6 Matted Print - 4"x6" color print with black mat (finished size 5x7)
5x7 Matted Print - 5"x7" color print with black mat (finished size 8x10)
8x10 Matted Print - 8"x10" color print with black mat (finished size 11x14)
11x14 Matted Print - 11"x14" color print with black mat (finished size 16x20)
Your photo will be printed, matted, and mailed to you.
Note: This item is custom made to order and may take 3-7 days processing in addition to shipping time. However our average processing time is 2-3 days.
What you can do with the download photos: You may use these photos for your private enjoyment and as part of any school or class project as long as you give photo credit to the photographer, Jamie Veronica, and to BigCatRescue.org. You may use this for news articles, story illustrations, personal calendars, personal web sites and for the purpose of creating your own photo tee shirts, mugs, etc. All we ask is that you make it clear to everyone where the photo came from and that you only use it in ways that encourage respect for animals.
What you can not do with the photo: You may not take credit for having photographed or possessed the animal. You may not use it in any way that promotes degradation to exotic cats, such as a zoo, circus, animal act, animal show, animal display, game farm, fur farm or any sort of exotic animal hunting. You may not sell the photo or any product bearing the image without the written consent of the photographer or Big Cat Rescue.
Most of the images you see in books, calendars and virtually everywhere that are of exotic cats were taken on game farms. In most cases the big cats live in tiny cages and are only taken out for photo shoots. They are often drugged, wired or chained in place and they are bred indiscriminately because people want to photograph cute babies. The adults are discarded and end up in canned hunts where they are killed for a fee or worse. Big Cat Rescue hopes to end the demand for these types of game farms by providing affordable wildcat photos for every purpose. Your support of this site and recommendation to others can end the suffering and abuse. The photographers who have donated the use of their photos to this purpose are doing their part to protect the big cats and we encourage you to support them when you need other types of imagery. All of the photos on this site are of the cats of Big Cat Rescue where they live year round in their beautiful enclosures and are free to choose if they will be seen or if they wish to remain hidden when photographers are near.
Dutchess was rescued along with Sapphire, Jasmine and Jinx.