Shayla Scott is our guest today on Cat Chat. Shayla works at Chimps Inc., and will be talking with us about the lynx who live there.
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Justine Mikolaitis talks with Carole Baskin about about what “Animal Law” means to her. We will discuss the very first case that she filed, currently pending in Miami-Dade Circuit Court which is a “gross negligence” case, seeking non-economic damages as a result of the loss of a companion canine (i.e., dog).
We will discuss “why “gross negligence,” as opposed to “veterinary negligence”, what non economic damages are and the topic of property law and dogs.
We will also
Meet the Interns & Volunteers of Big Cat Rescue
Today Carole Baskin will pop in on the Interns and Volunteers at lunch time to talk with them about their experiences here including the recent Halloween Party, and the release of Khaleesi the bobcat.
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Patty Finch Executive
Director of the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries
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On the 28th Cat Chat Show, Carole Baskin, the Founder and CEO of Big Cat Rescue interviews Patty Finch, the Executive Director of the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) as they discuss Patty's love of birds and the benefits of being accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries. More at SanctuaryFederation.org
Meet Scott Giacoppo from Washington Humane Society
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Meet Scott Giacoppo from the Washington Humane Society in D.C. and find out what this life long cat advocate as seen in the way of changes for cats in shelters, adoption programs, community cat programs, feral cat, trap, neuter, vaccinate, return programs, fostering cats and kittens, and even the challenges involved in mountain lion sightings around our nation's capitol.
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