Here in the cozy Gathering Room, the mature and loving senior dogs of Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary eat their meals, play, and snuggle together.
Watch these dogs play, sleep, and snuggle as they wait to find their forever families.
Senior dogs tend to be very calm and loving, but they like to play too!
This live cam overlooks Big Cat Rescue’s Tiger Lake, where tigers can cool off in the water or take a drink.
Welcome to the Vacation Rotation, a 2.5-acre enclosure where each lion and tiger gets a two-week vacation out in the big play area.
This live cam overlooks the intensive care section of Big Cat Rescue’s bobcat rehabilitation area.
This is where injured and orphaned bobcats get their second chance at a life in the wild!
This live cam overlooks a feeding station at Big Cat Rescue.
This live cam provides a glimpse into some of the smaller felines at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida.
FunCation is the 22,000 square foot, roofed, vacation space for all of Big Cat Rescue’s smaller cats who cannot, by law, be allowed in cages that don’t have a roof.
This live cam is positioned directly above the operating table in Big Cat Rescue’s on-site hospital, where 70-90 procedures are performed every year.
This live cam shows the home of Nikita, a lioness that came to Big Cat Sanctuary after being seized in a drug raid and then sent to a zoo.