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Get up close and personal with some of the rarest cats in the world didn't.
This is projects -- -- cat -- and nonprofit.
We strive to do is raise awareness and funding.
For issues and science says that work with cats in the wild.
-- this -- tigers and jaguars.
We start the caddie -- the idea of giving people -- better experience with cats and hopefully they become interested in the seat to them and hear about him and -- wanna take an active role in conservation and cats in the wild.
-- it hit the trail near key canyon national park.
To learn about the felines and conservation.
-- conservation is different than some of the other animals cats learn how to.
-- how to stay safe.
By being taught by their mother that's not an instinctual thing behind -- And coming to this facility in central California you're not only getting a unique experience you're also helping -- get cots.
Lot of bang for your buck you helped catch a couple of the other animals and he is -- different from most big cats they're extremely friendly now this endangered species as the fastest land animal on our.
So imagine driving down the freeway at about 78 miles per hour.
And this guy passing you right back.
Take -- -- has dated several commercials and everything Aaron goes right back it to project survival.
We use them for entertainment to get people interested if I had a pitcher and should your picture of a -- it's not as effective as seeing a lion open her mouth like that.
And visitors like it more than as you experience.
Here you get to meet the people of one on one contact with the cats the name of the cats.
They can play every thing and it's just it's more incidents than I -- -- heard fixed -- Or cat -- it -- -- California Michelle actually so Fox News.
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