Carole Baskin interviews David Enden and Kyle Taitt about how today's generation can make a positive impact for wild animals before it is too late.
Links from the show:
Generation Awakening http://www.generationawakening.org/
The Big Cat Protection and Public Safety Act http://bigcatrescue.org/big-cats-and-public-safety-protection-hr1998-s1381/
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Cat Chat 68 Video Podcast Show Notes Meet David Enden and Kyle Taitt, two young men who are involved in awakening a generation.
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Cat Chat Show 67
Carole records a day in the life of the sanctuary via Google Glass and the iPhone 5s. Jumanji Leopard gets a stick stuck across the roof of his mouth, Apache and Divinity Bobcats move to a new Cat-a-Tat, but Divinity puts up a fight. Cats get mint and Halloween treats for enrichment, including the Texas Tigers, Reno, Raindance Bobcat, Windstar Bobcat, Anasazie and Will the Bobcats and a load of trees arrive in this DailyBigCat 2014 10 14. #ThroughGlass
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Cat Chat Show 66
Meet T.O. Lawrence, the new media producer at Big Cat Rescue and get a sneak peek into some of the great new concepts he has in store for you.
Check out more of T.O.'s work here: http://www.cinephilesanon.com/
Find and Friend T.O. on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lawrence.theodore.o?fref=ts
Cat Chat 64
D.W. Raleigh author of Shiloh's True Nature published by Hobbes End Publishing.
Doug is a former banker, former racetrack teller and who went back for his Bachelor's degree and majored in History and Philosophy, before turning his hand to writing. D.W. currently lives in Bear, DE with his longtime love, Judy, and their two cats, Lovie and Cheepie.
This new book is available through the publisher’s website http://hobbesendpublishing.com/
Cat Chat 63
Meet Joshua Decker from Local Directive. Carole met the owner of Local Directive, Lisa Meier, at a Florida Lobby Day in 2009 and Lisa offered to take over the management of Big Cat Rescue's Google AdWords grant. As a non profit, Big Cat Rescue had been given a grant of $40,000 a month in advertising and Carole had been managing it, but it is a lot of work to do it right and Lisa and her team were looking for a way to help an animal charity, so they took the reigns in April of 2009 and have done a fantastic job.
Cat Chat 62
National Geographic photographer Steve Winter and Sharon Guynup recently produced Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat a book (published by Nat Geo Books). They have been using the book as a platform to speak up for tigers because few people know that just 3,000 remain in the wild, nor are they aware of the threats that are pushing them ever-closer to the precipice.
More about Sharon Guynup: shaornguynup.com
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Meet Carol Childs, founder of the National Humane Society and the Florida Humane Society. See about 50 cats and kittens who are being spayed and neutered today and are ready for your loving arms.
Carol states in her interview that probably no one at the Florida Humane Society in Deerfield Beach would even know who she is, but a quick Internet search shows her involvement in this thriving, no kill shelter. She would like to pass on her Tampa based National Humane Society to someone who is ready to take it to
Cat Chat 59 Madi Hawkins
She is the Director of the Habersham County Animal Care & Control in Georgia talks about how TNR is saving thousands of cats from being killed in her shelter.
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Cat Chat 58 Jenny Schlueter
Jenny Schlueter, Development Director & Feral Friends TNR Program Manager, has consistently increased revenue for Tree House while at the same time greatly expanding shelter outreach activities using a grass roots approach which includes weekly adoption events and partnerships with local businesses and other nonprofits. An avid TNR activist, Jenny first practiced TNR in 1998 in Madrid, Spain, and she continued her work with feral cats here in Chicago by starting Tree House’s
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