Tampa’s Big Cat Rescue sanctuary has been closed to the public for months due to the pandemic, but now there’s a new way you can interact with the cats while practicing social distancing, and it’s through the new live streaming channel on Glewed TV.
Glewed TV can be downloaded for Roku, Amazon, and in the mobile app store, where the channel will be called Big Cat Rescue and stream live 24/7.
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There’s a growing demand for all things related to the Big Cat Rescue sanctuary
Melody Wolff, Chief Marketing Officer, Glewed TV
The featured webcams will run 24/7 and allow viewers to watch live footage from the animal hospitals, feed stations, and rehab centers at the big cat sanctuary.
Big Cat Rescue owner Carole Baskin made a post on Facebook a few months ago saying the sanctuary may close to the public for good, and she felt people were putting their own wants over the good of the animals.
In her first public announcement since the release of Tiger King, Baskin also announced a new virtual reality tiger experience last month.
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