Intern Karma Hurworth joins Carole Baskin on this episode of Cat Chat to talk about what inspired a 52 year old woman to give up everything, drive from Oregon to Florida, and commit to the grueling schedule of being an intern at the sanctuary.
Karma will be looking for employment as a vet tech in 2014 in the Tampa area and is a mature, hard worker with lots of experience. She can be contacted via email address: email@example.com or cell number is 541-408-3010
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Karen Lynch, author of the spy thriller, Game of Lies and many children's stories and books joins Carole Baskin on Cat Chat. You will be inspired by this cat loving woman who shares Finn McCool's message that good things happen to those who do good.
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Nyla came to Big Cat Rescue with her brother, Simba, on 8/4/94. She was a product of the entertainment industry, which only wants perfect looking models. Because she was cross eyed, she was unwanted.
She gets very jealous if her brother Simba is getting any attention and will begin making a nuisance of herself until all the attention is focused on her. All she wants is everyone's undivided affection.
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Wild Cat Walk About
In this 37 minute walkabout you can see how Gale distracts Bengali Tiger so the vet can take a look in his ear. Watch Carole and Jamie struggle to hang a lion mural in the new E-Center, and see how much better Gale and Chelsea are at building storage cabinets, than Howie and Carole. Vern and Scott talk about things they are going to do to prepare for the March for Lions. Carole drops by and asks Sue to do some work for the March, and says "Hello" to Edith. See a cute clip of Nala Read More
Summer Camp Schedule 2014
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by ACTIVE Network
All sessions are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
We do not offer before- or after-care.
8-11 year olds:
June 16-20, June 23-27, July 14-18, July 21-25, July 28-Aug. 1, Aug. 4-8
12-15 year olds:
June 16-20, June 23-27, July 14-18, July 28-Aug. 1
Tuition: Early bird (before June 1) $220 per camper per week
Price (after June 1) $235 per camper per week
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Kricket the serval was born in 2001 and had been kept as a pet, but when her owners divorced, the wife decided that she didn’t have time for Kricket and began looking for a home for her.
We agreed to rescue Kricket and began preparing an enclosure for her with lots of places to hide and fun things to explore, she’d just spent the last ten years living indoors so we wanted to make her adjustment to life outside as stress free and enjoyable as possible.
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Male Siberian/Bengal Tiger Hybrid
TJ was the youngest of four tigers who were rescued in 2007 from a breeding facility in Center Hill Florida called Savage Kingdom. He is quite playful and loves to crash through all of the high grasses in his enclosure. TJ has a particular fascination with water and will splash in and out of his pools or the pond, when he is on vacation in the Vacation Rotation enclosure. He seems to delight in the way the light moves on the surface of splashing water.
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