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In March 2014, undercover investigators secretly filmed staff and volunteers at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa Florida. WARNING the footage in the is video may be disturbing to some viewers! - Big Cat Rescue "Creating crazy cat people since 1992" :) More info about our Volunteer and Intern Programs: http://bigcatrescue.org/get-involved/volunteer/ BIG CAT TV is a close look into our day-to-day operations, the conservation efforts we support, and the 100+ feline residents of "Big Cat Rescue" in Tampa, FL. USA. Big Cat Rescue is an educational non-breeding sanctuary and a registered non-profit 501c3 so your donations are tax deductible! Subscribe here: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BigCatRescue Website: http://bigcatrescue.org Watch more Big Cat Rescue on Animalist at: http:/...
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A film by Ray Valencia, Christina Coffee, & Suzanne Grage, University of Central Florida. There are amazing people at the Big Cat Rescue...and even more incredible Big Cats!! Please spread the word and help Big Cat Rescue put the Big Cat exploitation business, OUT OF BUSINESS!
Occurred at 7017 San Ramon Pl, Tampa, FL on April 11, 2017 at 8:54 PM. Sheriff's deputies responded to an apartment fire and learned from neighbors that a disabled woman was still inside the building. The apartment was completely full of smoke, but the deputies were able to rescue the occupant, Bonnie Adhemy. The fire started in apartment 101, but affected the entire building. HCFR felt Ms. Adhemy would not be able to stay in her apartment due to the smoke and she would not have been able to make it through the smoke by herself given her medical conditions. The deputies risked their own safety to preserve her life. A resident from an adjacent apartment took video of the deputies' actions in trying to rescue Ms. Adhemy.
Something about this boy, Rebel!! ~ Walking through the kennel today happened to notice this handsome boy eyeing me curiously. He calmly waited his turn for me to give cookies to all those around him. Gave him a cookie, which he took ever so sweetly. I said “do you want to go for a walk?” He immediately perked up and sat up waiting patiently for me to open the kennel. Heartworm negative Rebel is an approximately 6 year old, male Hound/Mix. Sadly for Rebel he was Owner Surrendered due to his Owner having no home. Interestingly as I was preparing this bio for Rebel I was checking his Shelter notes. He appears to have come in with another dog and in the beginning did not do so well. (The stress of the Shelter tends to do that.) The Shelter made the decision that Rebel and his kenne...
A&E Network’s critically-acclaimed original non-fiction crime series ‘Nightwatch’ returns for new episodes, set in Tampa, Florida, on Thursday, February 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. These brand new episodes of ‘Nightwatch’ chronicle the heroic work being done between the hours of 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. by the fearless first responders in the city of Tampa, Florida. As the rest of the city goes to sleep, these real-life heroes boldly save lives and keep the streets safe. At Tampa Fire Rescue, the stations take on dual roles - they fight fires with brawn and grit, but they also provide meticulous emergency medical care. In the Tampa Police Department, officers on the ROC Squad (Rapid Offender Control) patrol the streets responding to a wide variety of calls such as armed robberies, shootings, stolen cars,...
I suppose this truly is a man's world.
This occurred off the South Skyway Fishing Pier during kingfish season. The pelican had a stinger rig snagged on his body and beak, and it was nearly incapacitated by the time we discovered it drifting out with the tide. Luckily, there was a small window of opportunity for me to rig up a quick rig to snag him before he got out of range. Death would probably come from drowning if we didn't help this little guy out. If you all snag a bird, DON'T break the line, try to use a landing net or a cast net to bring the bird back up safely. If it is in really bad shape, below is the link to a local bird sanctuary in the area that can help out: https://www.seabirdsanctuary.com/