Big Cat Updates
All the cats are safe. There will be is lot of clean up ahead. See updates, photos and videos at BigCatRescue.org/irma
Today’s videos start with yesterday’s last minute preps for Hurricane Irma and takes you through the night storm and morning.
Checking on the cats and crew during the early part of Hurricane Irma
Last minutes checks and updates
Checking on the cats during Irma
Night Drive around the sanctuary checking on the cats during rain from Irma.
Late night battle with the water outside the gift shop.
We survived Hurricane Irma. More at daybreak.
7 am Drive around Big Cat Rescue to check on the cats and grounds after Hurricane Irma
Checking on little big cats the morning after Hurricane Irma.
Carole giving you an update on how the sanctuary and the cats came through Hurricane Irma
The clean up begins, but first we have to clear the road so volunteers can get to Big Cat Rescue
The morning after Hurricane Irma at Big Cat Rescue . Putting little Cooper, the rehab bobcat back outside.
Cameron says “Take that, Irma!
September 11, 2017
Okay, first of all, nobody told me this Irma was a hurricane. I demand extra chicken for this oversight.
Second, when I find out who it was that woke me up by shouting they were holding my favorite vet hostage just to get me to peek out of my den in the blinding rain, they will pay. Off with their head for this horrible joke – after they bring me extra chicken for this, too!
(Dr. Justin, you are forgiven for calling me out. I know you would only do that if it was necessary, and I didn’t mind peeking out to see you.)
Now that this blowhard hurricane has passed, there is debris in my courtyard. As Her Royal Lioness, I demand that my courtyard be the FIRST to get cleaned up today. And I demand extra chicken for the inconvenience.
And last but not least, I want to know why I wasn’t invited to stay in the Gift Shop with all the rest of the animals. This is discrimination, and I just will not have it. My friend, Amanda Tigress, has suggested that I call the ACLU (Animal Civil Liberties Union) and Kats, Catz, Morekatz & A Rat to file complaints. If you want me to overlook this slight and not file, I demand extra chicken. (This is not to be construed as a bribe.)
As a matter of fact, to make things easier, why don’t you just back the chicken truck up to my enclosure?
HRL Nikita Lioness
(Sent via Lori D., Secretary to the Cats)
Checking on Tiger Lake
Itsy bitsy spider repairing his net
In the eye of Irma
Irma hitting Tiger Lake
Breakfast is just around the corner
A little Cooper cuteness
Pre Irma enclosure check
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