Tigers, lions and Leopards at "Big Cat Rescue" are jumping on the Fall Pumpkin craze.

The animals pounced on carved pumpkins and cardboard haunted houses, then tore into them to find the meat hidden inside.

At Big Cat Rescue, employees use various tools, like these pumpkins and cardboard houses, to keep the cats entertained and their minds occupied. 

The Halloween treats aren't just fun to watch, they actually help the cats get mental stimulation.

Rescue leaders tell us just like your pet cat, exotic cats are always curious.

At Big Cat Rescue, employees use various tools, like these pumpkins and cardboard houses, to keep the cats entertained and their minds occupied. 

Big Cat Rescue in Tampa is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world entirely dedicated to rescuing and providing a permanent home for abused and abandoned exotic cats.

The sanctuary is home to more than 70 big cats, including lions, tigers, leopards, cougars, bobcats and more. To read more about the organization, click here: www.bigcatrescue.org.

At Big Cat Rescue, employees use various tools, like these pumpkins and cardboard houses, to keep the cats entertained and their minds occupied.