Celebrities of Big Cat Rescue
Big Cat Rescue has had the honor of being visited by and/or working with a number of big name celebrities including Bo Derek, Harrison Ford, Leonardo DeCaprio, Jane Goodall, Kate Walsh, Barbara Niven, Jack Harris, Jim Fowler, Jack Hanna, Bill Murphy, Tippi Hedren, Tim Harrison, Arch Deal, Congresswoman Castor, athletes from the Tampabay Bucs, the Lightning, the New York Yankees, and the casts of Wicked, Mary Poppins and the Jersey Boys just to name a few.
We have had many local celebrities come to love us such
JULIET SIMMS CHANNELS HER INNER WILD CHILD DURING
HER VISIT TO BIG CAT RESCUE SANCTUARY
THE EVENT IS TAKING PLACE APRIL 19TH
AT THE BIG CAT RESCUE SANCTUARY,
LOCATED AT 12802 EASY STREET TAMPA FL 33625
STARTING AT 3:30PM
April 9, 2013, Los Angeles, CA; Big Cat Rescue invites Republic Records recording artist Juliet Simms to Big Cat Rescue’s sanctuary located in Tampa, Florida on April 19th to honor her efforts in the fight against animal cruelty. In March, Florida-native Simms partnered with Closets for
Lion Soccer! - Tampa Bay Rowdies
Lions & Tigers playing soccer!? .... Luke Mulholland of the Tampa Bat Rowdies visited Big Cat Rescue along with the NASL Soccer Bowl Trophy! The big cats enjoyed watching Luke show off his skills so we decided to hand out a few piñata soccer balls to the tigers to see what skills they had!Watch Luke and the Rowdies take on the Minnesota Stars this Sat Oct 27th, Al Lang Stadium - North American Soccer League - CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Tickets start @ $12 visit:http://www.rowdiessoccer.com/
On Sept 27, 2012 Quinton Aaron came to Big Cat Rescue, after filming a piece for Barack Obama, and filmed a PSA for Cox Radio to run for us on their 6 stations. You will probably remember Quinton Aaron best for his co starring role with Sandra Bullock in the Oscar nominated 2009 film called The Blind Side. Hear the PSA:
QUINTON AARON BIG CAT RESCUE PSA
Quinton Aaron Visits Big Cat Rescue
Actor Quinton Aaron, most famously known for his lead role in the movie The Blind Side along
Jacquian Williams Took a Founder Tour with Carole Baskin
Jacquian Williams and his son visited for a quite private tour on April 1, 2012. Says, Carole Baskin, "It was a very serene experience to walk amongst the cats and watch this gentle giant in his peaceful relationship with his son. He seemed to be astounded at the suffering these cats have experienced in their "former lives" and I believe he will carry their message to others."
TAMPA - It's the NFC championship game angle everyone's talking about on Fowler Avenue.
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