Cat Chat 37

 

Julie Bindas author of Thy Kingdom Come talks with Carole Baskin about herbal remedies, shamanism and the differences in captive and wild cats.  Like me, Julie’s mind is usually far ahead of her lips, so you may notice some words missing from sentences, or malapropisms, so it is clear that she just can’t say the words as fast as they come to her.

Note:  Carole Baskin and Big Cat Rescue DO NOT recommend that human / wild animal connections be made via touch.  We believe that the ability to converse with wild animals without touch is the safest and most respectful manner of communication.

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