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Hell’s Kitchen Chef Robert Hesse

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Chef Robert Hesse from Hell's Kitchen

On Thursday, April 14th Chef Robert Hesse from the FOX TV hit Hell’s Kitchen visited Big Cat Rescue, the world’s largest accredited sanctuary dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of exotic cats.

 

Chef Hesse is one of the most popular contestants from the Hell’s Kitchen series, and has used his notoriety to help the less fortunate.  Read the rest of the story and see more photos at:

 

On Thursday, April 14th Chef Robert Hesse from the FOX TV hit Hell’s Kitchen visited Big Cat Rescue, the world’s largest accredited sanctuary dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of exotic cats.

 

Chef Hesse was an astounding fan favorite in Season 5 of Hell’s Kitchen, and one who many thought would glide into the finals. Hesse was Chef Gordon Ramsay’s favorite to win as well; however an illness kept him from going further in season 5. After two million plus fans requested Hesse’s return, Ramsay acknowledged the demand and brought Hesse back in Season 6.

 

Chef Hesse is one of the most popular contestants from the Hell’s Kitchen series, and has used his notoriety to help the less fortunate.

 

“I got into a lot of trouble as a kid, having little guidance I found myself on the wrong side of life, somewhere I didn’t want to be.” Hesse states and adds “I want to give back to organizations that help steer children in the right path.”

 

Chef Hesse continues to support the Eckerd Youth Alternatives, the largest children’s charity in the Tampa Bay area.

 

So in a perfect convergence of like-minded goodwill, Chef Hesse and his family visited Big Cat Rescue in support of the 100+ magnificent animals that call the sanctuary home. Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit educational sanctuary, is devoted to rescuing and providing a permanent home for exotic (i.e. wild, not domestic) cats who have been abused, abandoned, bred to be pets, retired from performing acts, or saved from being slaughtered for fur coats, and to educating the public about these animals and the issues facing them in captivity and in the wild.

 

“It was a privilege to meet Chef Hesse and introduce he and his family to the magnificent animals that call Big Cat Rescue home” said Jeff Kremer, Director of Donor Appreciation with the nonprofit sanctuary. “It was inspiring to hear of Chef Hesse’s continuing commitment towards helping those in need, both in the human as well as animal world that we share in.”

 

Big Cat Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, rated Four Star by CharityNavigator.org The sanctuary receives no government support and relies on its educational activities, such as tours of the facility and the generosity of donors to support the magnificent animals that call the sanctuary home.

 

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