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What It's Like Having Wild BATS In Your House | Bed & Living Room | Rescue Catch & Release By Hand

I'm not always about Big African Cats. I enjoy all living things. I value all life, from the simplest to the complex, although not a fan of bad bacteria, viruses, or parasites. All others I will assist when given the chance; epecially if discovered in trouble from no fault of it's own... like me leaving my upstairs window wide open on a summers night in Europe.

Two bats flew into my rented house on two separate nights and I took the time to safely rescue, admire and release them. I was watching TV when I saw what I thought were butterflies in the corner of my eyes. They were bats.

Bats are the only flying mammal. There are squirrels that glide, but don't get lift. Bats hybernate in winter and active in summers... eating moths, mosquitoes, and other bugs. They can be rabid, but not known for that disease in the area I live. Not taking any chances, I took precautions and caught the two bats with gloves.

Watch as I use a Whey Protein bottle and common garden gloves to hand catpure and safely release these two different species of bats from my living room and bedroom. I was careful not to get bitten. The threat of rabies is always on my mind when handling any wild animal.

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Planking Inside A Cheetah Enclosure | Big Cat Shows His Love For Friend With Hugs Kisses & Purrs

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After another reunion with my buddy Gabriel the Cheetah at Cheetah Experience South Africa, I decided to reward him with how he prefers to greet me... laying planked out on my back on the ground. He always liked it when I was at my most vulnerable to groom and greet me, or hold me close with one of his hugs. I spent three weeks reacquainting and bonding with him before letting him do this to be sure I could trust him.

I've discovered cheetahs recognize submissive postures similar to dogs/wolves. To lay down and de-escalate any situation whether defensive, aggressive or friendly in nature, instantly calms the situation. I've even gotten cheetahs that fear and hate me to come over and lay down next to me when I'm just lying on my back. I've noticed even in fights with themselves, they will drop to their sides or back to defend and lesson tensions. So I tried it and it works similar to submissive posturing with dogs. And friendly cheetahs will come over and either lay on you or beside you; groom and purr; especially at night. Gabriel absolutely loves it when I lay on my back and let him greet me. Here is that video.

Gabriel is a purchased cheetah at this breeding center. His genetic mix is diverse enough to become a stud animal if and when he is ready. In the mean time, I made a concerted effort to become his friend and me his. I've known Gabriel since he was young cub. He was hand raised and tamed at a young age.

Having a captive tamed wild animal aids in the overall care and welfare of the animal. I've mentioned before the benefits of having an animal which is loved and respected. It makes for a better relationship both ways and improves the state of mind of the animal. If you must interact with such an animal, being it's friend is far less risky than not. Simple medical examination and care can be performed, no longer requiring dangerous sedation. Simple transport can be done, medication administered, examining skin, paws, claws, teeth and with positive reinforcement using clicker training, you can even withdrawal blood or give injections without complaint. I can pick ticks off of Gabriel. Try doing that with a non interactive wild cheetah or animal.

Anyway, enjoy the next 10 minutes of me blubbering over my favorite cheetah in the world! He is only 1 of 10,000 left on this planet. Consider supporting such breeding and conservation centers that help this wonderful endangered species. They are disappearing in the wild and in 50 years time, captive ones may be the only place you see them, along with other endangered cats in our world.

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Giving Hot Cheetahs Water By Hand | Cooling Down Big Cats In Drought Stricken South Africa.

During the summer of 2015, South Africa experienced its worst drought conditions in decades. All animals to include man suffered from it. In 100 degree Fahrenheit or 40 Celsius temperatures, I made sure a couple of my cheetah friends were taken care of; especially.

When temperatures are this hot, all the animals shut down and rest. They don't normally move until closer to sundown and then just before sunup. I know they don't get water during the blazing heat of the day. Cheetahs are adapted to drink water every 3 to 4 days but I like making sure they have what they want daily.

Water bowls are checked daily and Eden and Faith had spilled theirs so I refilled it. Instead of waiting for them to come to the water, I brought it to them and cooled them off. To help our bonding and relationship, I "hand fed" them their water and then let them drink from their bowl. I think they appreciated it. Afterward, I spread water over their backs, sides and head to help cool them off.

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African Cheetah Teenager Versus Jack Russell Terrier Part (2) | Big Cat & Dog Tussle A Year Later

A year later and Kinji the Cheetah is a teenager and still lives with his small dog friends. He's about 120lbs and growing while Chloe, the Jack Russell Terrier, is still at ankle height. Kinji has matured... somewhat since they play fought a year a go but they still respect each other and their rolls.

Video Kinji Versus Chloe Part (1) HERE: https://youtu.be/DXTxOXNL2-8

Kinji is the smartest cheetah I've come across. He picks out his own toys from a toy box, knows how to annoy Chloe to get her to chase him, steels stuff from the house on the breeding farm, and is one of the calmest cheetahs there. I think part of what makes him smart also makes him more trustworthy. Most tamed cheetahs are trustworthy and non aggressive but Kinji seems a step above it all. He's clever and thinks about things. You can see it as he studies things; looks around and twists his ears. He is trusted enough to have a run of the place and even part of tourist visits where paying guests can pet him.

I really like Kinji and he is on loan for breeding purposes from another cheetah breeding center. Cheetah Experience wants to purchase him and I have been saving to help. You can help as well by clicking the link to Cheetah Experiences donations page (below). Please help if you can. Even a small amount is a lot because if everyone pitched in, the goal will be met.

I don't know the exact costs as lawyers are involved and crunching numbers. A number from $5,000 to $9,500 was mentioned. Kinji and three other Cheetahs are part of a genetic loan program from another facility that CE is trying to secure purchase from. Three of the four cheetahs have met their goal but not Kinji and why I am helping. I will let you know what the final tally requirement is. CE is a best home for these cheetahs.

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A bit long but another reunion with my Cheetah buddy Gabriel who I've known since he was a cub. He is 2.5 years old in these clips. I fly to South Africa twice a year to volunteer my time at Cheetahs Experience to help these endangered cats. While doing so, I have befriended a number of them but none as special as Gabriel. Our relationship is 'tight' if I can use the old 80s term. He has a unique way of showing affection in that he must hold and hug you while doing it. He's done this since he was a cub and remembers.

I also test his friendship by inviting another volunteer in with me; someone who Gabriel has never met before. Arin is another volunteer who wanted to meet Gabriel during my reunion. I thought it would be a great opportunity to find out once and for all if Gabriel has any recollection of me by comparing the greets between us. How would Gabriel react to someone he should know well and someone he has never met. It was telling! You will have to watch to find out ;=)

We also show Gabriel's affinity toward men and my theory behind it. Like many animals, Gabriel has a gender preference toward men. A female staff member shows how Gabriel snubs women and migrates toward men. I think it is instinctive for male Cheetahs.

In the wild, male cheetahs form what's called coalitions consisting ONLY of male cheetahs; mostly brothers but can include outsiders. These coalitions last their entire lives. They establish territory, hunt and die within it. The only time they see females is when one happens through their territory to mate.

I think Gabriel sees his keepers as just more Cheetahs and leans toward male figures... trying to form his coalition. He wants to make coalition friends like he would n the wild. It is a survival behavior. The more eyes, teeth, and claws you have, the better your chances. But, it is funny how he snubs women. There is one female staff member Gabriel does love.

Either way, most all of these Cheetahs enjoy the attention and company. Many live by themselves in these enclosures and visits are a cure to boredom and loneliness. They come to us for attention and are a curious wonderful cat.

Enjoy my second reunion with Gabriel. I plan on having them until we part for the final time... such is the cycle of life.

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Thanksgiving Cheetah - Big Cat Thanks Friend For Feeding Him - Gives Hug & Kisses. This posting is for me and showcasing my friendship and trust with Gabriel The Cheetah. I've known him for two years now but only get to see him about twice a year. I knew his as a cub and spent much of my volunteer spare time at Cheetah Experience with him. I think he remembers me every time I show up because he becomes very affectionate.

I also point out the difference in feeding stances the lessor cats have as opposed to the Big Cats. Cheetahs are considered a 'lessor cat' because of their ability to purr because of a specialized bone in their throat (hyoid) that vibrates and results in purring. Big Cats like leopard, lions and tigers don't purr but make chuffing, growling, bellowing, roaring, and grunting sounds. I noticed a difference in how they feed as well and have a theory.

You will notice all the cheetahs feed with all four digits or paws touching the ground. Nothing else touches. It's like they are ready to burst up from their position and RUN. Lions, leopards, and tigers usually lay flat with their elbows flat against he ground. Lions do this mostly as possess it and protect against theft. All the lessor cats to include your house cats, cheetahs, caracals, servals, and wild cats eat with just their 4 paws to the ground. I think it is defensive in nature because the lessor cats are killed by the Big ones. Many times a cheetah in the wild will loose its kill to lions leopards and even hyenas. Cheetahs won't fight over their food against a larger predator. They will abandon it.

So my theory is lessor cats have developed a way to prepare to escape any potential threat from their kills by standing while eating. They have that much more time to run away. A cheetah is designed to RUN not Fight.

So enjoy the clip and don't worry about me. I always clean myself up proper after a sloppy kissing, licking, grooming from these cheetahs.

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African Cheetah Versus Meerkats | Big Cat Loves Little Mongoose Meerkat Grooming | Purrs. Kinji the Cheetah is something special. He honestly tries making friends with everyone... especially the animals that lives within his reach. I've mentioned before he is very clever and extremely calm and non aggressive in nature. Chloe the dog bites him on the lips sometimes when he bothers her to much and he accepts the consequences and never retaliates. He is a fun loving cheetah who loves to play and loves MEERKATS!

Here he is at 8 months and 2 years old trying to get the meerkats to scratch him. He ends up purring to the delight of getting a grooming from these small creatures. He has no idea they want to kill him! Meerkats are territorial and do not like predators.

Staff label Kinji as "The cheetah that doesn't purr" and it is rare for sure. I've only heard him purr when eating sometimes, playing with a toy sometimes, and encountering his meerkat friends. I was very happy to hear and record his purr. A cheetah purr is quickly becoming my favorite sound in the world... so relaxing, calming, and something that penetrates the psyche down to the rudimentary soul for me. A purrs is designed to calm tensions; letting others around them know a friendly cat is present.

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Crouching Hidden Stalking Walking Chuffing Running Siberian Tiger | BIG CAT Walks With A Keeper
At Cheetah Experience, there is one tiger, Fushan, a Siberian Tiger. He was given to the breeding center when he was a cub and got to know much of the staff. He left some time later but has returned.

I spent some time with him to get to know him. I have no experience with tigers but thought he might be like any cat and does have many of the personality of a cat, but something else. A sense of territoriality like a tiger.

Fushan does not like me or many people he does not know. He would always stalk me when walking by his enclosure so
I thought I would ease tensions between us by walking and talking with him everyday. I don't think I got through to him and probably would take much longer than my few weeks I spent at CE.

He has hip dysplasia and needs surgery on his back left hip. At 3.5 years old, he must wait until his bone growth is finished before he can have surgery. At least 4 years. Where he goes after there is unknown to me.

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This is the founder of Cheetah Experience (CE), Riana Van Nieuwenhuizen,  asking for help in donations to bring home two special leopards they helped raise.  The leopards are at another facility and are being offered in sale to CE.  It is a better home for them.  Here is Riana's heartfelt message asking to help bring them home.  I already donated.  Riana's own words.....
____________________________________________________________________We need YOUR help to bring our 2 leopard friends Shrek and Fiona back home to Cheetah Experience where they belong.
We have until the 27th June to raise R130,000 (approximately £5700) to be able to buy Shrek and Fiona (R65,000 per leopard) so that we can move them back to Cheetah Experience.

Shrek and Fiona stole many hearts when they lived here previously, Shrek with his gentle loving nature, and Fiona with her cheeky and mischievous personality..

We consider them to be be part of the Cheetah Experience family and want nothing more than to be able to bring them back home, where we feel they belong. We want to be able to show them every single day how much we love, care for and appreciate both of them..

People often think that making a difference is all about the big gestures, but in actual fact, small gestures from a large group of people has minimum impact on the donator but a huge impact for the cause

You can donate via our bank account, Details below :)

BANK DETAILS:
ACCOUNT NAME: FIELA FUNDS
BANK: FNB – CHEQUE ACC
BRANCH CODE: 250051
ACCOUNT NUMBER : 62288255534

Supported by SJ Gerber CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS, Tel: 051 446 3622 Fax: 051 446 1247

Every penny, rand, pound, euro or dollar donated will make the difference!! Every donation will help take us a step closer towards the goal of bringing them home, every share, every re-post on social media will help us to reach out and spread the word.

Please donate if you are able to, and share with friends, family and colleagues...

Please help us make the difference for Shrek and Fiona’s life, help them to come home, where they can live out the rest of their lives surrounded by love and comfort..
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Yeah... Mic is TOO far away.  The may have used an IPhone.  I'm bringing a nice stereo mic with me that plugs into the small 1/8th jacks of my GoPro and handicam but it will be too late by time I get there.  I also bought a label GoPro mic to help narration.
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Black Spotted Leopard Versus Caracal - Big Cats Play Attack & Wrestle Friend At Cat Breeding Center.

Watch the friendship between a Caracal, Spotted and Black leopard as they grow up and play fight. These three all started out together about the age of 2 months.

Oli, the caracal came from a breeding center and was rejected because of a deformity with his reproductive organs. Nova the black leopard was purchased through donations as a potential mate for another leopard on the compound. It turned out Nova was not the correct sex to mate ;) And Aurora was born at Cheetah Experience from a successful mating. All three arrived about the same time so they became instant friends when put together. The friendship lasts even today.

I think their play is entertaining but serves a purpose for wild predators as they home their skills in preparation for the real thing. These animals cannot be released and the purpose of breeding endangered species is to increase the declining numbers worldwide. I don't know of a program that trains leopards for release, but this facility is approaching the goal of trailing and releasing cheetahs.

Enjoy Oli, Aurora, and Nova at the life game of play attack. These leopards are training not to bite, scratch, and jump on their keepers through loud clap scares, avoidance and if necessary direct discipline. As a result, they play attack each other.

CE's philosophy of animal care is to allow direct contact with the animals. it allows for better care and transport when you have an animal that does not fear you but respects and likes you. There's added risks of course, but the process is strictly enforced. When you have an animal that likes you, you can provide better health care by direct examination, application of medicine and physical transport without the need for dangerous tranquilization. And for animal loves like me, the rewards are immeasurable.


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African Black Leopard In Heat - Cat Growls Snarls Displays Runs & Sprays At Big Cat Breeding Center. This is Luna, the Black African Leopard who has entered into her 1st estrus or "Heat". I've never seen a leopard in heat before and so decided to share her experience with you. Since being her 1st heat, she will not be bred but that will be her purpose at Cheetah Experience... to increase her endangered species numbers. In the future a rightful mate will be selected for her.

I knew Luna when she was a 2 month old cub; baby sitting her and spending nights. She does not remember me but that didn't matter to her when in heat. She only knows her keepers and volunteers. Another black leopard was purchased for her to become mates but it ended up being another female rather than a male. The hope is this other black leopard named Nova could become her friend. I don't know. In the wild, leopards are solitary.

Anyway, I thought it interesting how Luna was completely taken over by the chemical and emotional stimulus to mate. She was nothing like this a week earlier and very lazy. Just talking to her got her riled up and it didn't matter who.. even Kinji The Cheetah. It just shows how powerful the instinct to procreate is. Without it... we would all become extinct.

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It was a time prior to the last Ice Age where mammalian mega fauna and jumbo flora dominated the landscape. Man was far from the dominant sp