Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue Now Available on Glewed TV

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Glewed TV to stream content from Big Cat Rescue Corp

There’s a growing demand for all things related to the Big Cat Rescue sanctuary thanks in part due to the popularity of the Netflix documentary series Tiger King

Glewed TV, a leading video-on-demand (VOD) discovery, live distribution and monetization management platform for original and professionally produced video content, today announced it will be streaming content from Big Cat Rescue Corp., which rescues and houses exotic cats, and rehabilitates injured or orphaned native wild cats. The channel - called Big Cat Rescue - features live web cams placed all over the animal sanctuary for viewers to feel as if they are on site with the exotic animals.

Big Cat Rescue also known as BCR and previously known as Wildlife on Easy Street, Inc., operates an animal sanctuary in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. Its webcam gives people the opportunity to experience the sanctuary without having to physically visit the site. The animal sanctuary has been open to the public and BCR sells tickets to visitors for tours including private tours, night tours, and feeding tours. However, BCR closed the facility to the public on March 16, 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

“There’s a growing demand for all things related to the Big Cat Rescue sanctuary thanks in part due to the popularity of the Netflix documentary series Tiger King,” said Melody Wolff, Chief Marketing Officer at Glewed TV. “The future for public visits to the sanctuary is uncertain which makes our ability to stream their original content incredibly valuable. Big Cat Rescue always has something interesting to share with the world.”

Carole Baskin from Netflix’s “Tiger King” is the founder and CEO of Big Cat Rescue. Carole has garnered international attention to the plight of captive big cats on CNN, Animal Planet, Discovery, U.S. News & World Report, People Magazine, The Today Show, Sports Illustrated, Netflix, Wondery and many more national and international programs.

BCR’s live 24/7 webcams give people the ability to experience various parts of the sanctuary including cat hospitals, feeding stations and rehab centers. In 2019, BCR had 51 animals — 17 big cats and 34 small cats of 11 species including a bobcat, Canada lynx, caracal, cougar, Eurasian lynx, jaguar, leopard, lion, ocelot, serval, and tiger.

To download Glewed TV:
For Roku: https://channelstore.roku.com/en-gb/details/289476/glewed.tv
From Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Glewed-Media-LLC-TV/dp/B084C3Z6CX
In the App Store: https://apps.apple.com/tt/app/glewed-tv-1/id1494128476?ign-mpt=uo%3D2

About Glewed TV
Glewed TV was founded by a team of creators and technologists that have successfully launched multiple streaming channels in the past five years. Glewed TV is one of the ways cord cutters are saving with free access to premium on-demand content. No subscription fees are required to watch movies and TV programs that are unique, engaging, immediate and convenient. Glewed TV is ad-supported and free across all platforms. Glewed TV sources and produces content of high production value with over 10,000 hours available. Main content categories include food, children, sports, DIY, educational, documentaries, animals/wildlife, travel, comedy, product reviews and movies.

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