I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought it would be of interest!
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Thanks, hope you make it to the sanctuary someday! 🙂
would love to come down and see the care these guys get they look great.
have worked on an f1 savannah and it was weird how the behaviors would switch from wild to domestic animal in a second
luckily he was 10 lbs
you’re brave. a 10 lb dsh can do some damage…
but these animals are magnificent
wated a lynx at one point figured i could provide the care, but they live 30 years and bond with one person, would eat my regular cats…
even so a visit is on my list
Hope you make it to BCR for a visit sometime in the future 🙂
Where in Tampa is the sanctuary? I’ve been to Tampa, and I don’t live too far away, but I’ve never seen or heard any specific location or address, because I’d love to visit one day 🙂 I’m also an artist, and I’m working on my portfolio this year in AP art, and I’d love if I could get some photos for my concentration. I love animals and want my concentration to be focused on them somehow, and I need references that aren’t copyrighted by others. Also, do you charge to get in? And how much if so?
We are located across the road from Citrus Park Mall – 12802 Easy Street, Tampa FL 33625. If you let me know what sort of photos you are looking for I could send you a few of mine no problem, hope you can make it for a visit someday 🙂
WHAT IS THE RASTA CAT AT 0:38
Rasta cat 🙂 That’s “Dances with wolves” our only Canadian Lynx!
Beautiful, it looks like it has dread locks! Any vids with a closer look on her?
Not yet, but a species spotlight on canadian lynx is in the works, keep watching!
We need to Close down all circus’s
i live like 20 mins from this place i wanted 2 go so bad… havent yet
SCOTT n BCR FREAKN’ RAWK!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =)
I’d never go to a circus or to a zoo (except field trips in grade school) but I could see going to this place and not feeling like I abandoned my moral values.
i so want to go to this place… but im not in the US right now. 🙁
What’s that white cat? I mean what breed is it?
@Poeboi That is Tonga one of our white servals, we have two at BCR, the only two that we know of in the world!
Wait..Holy shit…..ligers exist…Awesome!
Have you thought about trying to save Cheetahs? or are there none you can save?
@GottaloveNicole Cheetahs aren’t commonly kept as “pets” like tigers/lions etc… so we are never notified of cheetahs that need rescuing. If there was a cheetah that needed rescuing there are a lot of people who would pay for the cat (backyard breeders who sell and exploit cats) so we never hear about the cats in the first place 🙁
Its my dream to work with tigers and other big cats when I get old enough to, I just hope it happens ^^
good luck with your rescuing!
IVE ALWAYS LOVED BIG CATS;THERE VERY INTERESTING CARNIVORS;AND WE CAN LEARN ALOT FROM THEM;COOL VIDEO THNX
i love this vid. i think what your organization does is rly great. =) keep up the good work.
There is no place for wildness in this world… People live everywhere … We have filled the world completely.