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PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 12, 2018) (REUTERS) FALLEN TREE WITH SIGN FOR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY IN FOREGROUND SERVAL AT CENTER JAGUARUNDI AT CENTER GENERAL VIEW, STORM DAMAGE AT CENTER SIGN ON JAGUARUNDI CAGE WILD CAT AT CENTER (SOUNDBITE) (English) BEAR CREEK FELINE CENTER DIRECTOR, JIM BROADDUS, SAYING: "Oh, we got shredded. I mean, none of the cats got hurt, thank goodness, none of the cats, they're all fine. And, the people that work here, all fine. But, all the big trees here, the oak trees rolled over, the pine trees came apart." TREE WITH LARGE BRANCH HANGING DOWN PEOPLE WALKING IN CENTER WITH SHOVELS AND RAKES WOMAN CLEARING BRANCHES BUILDING DAMAGED (SOUNDBITE) (English) BEAR CREEK FELINE CENTER DIRECTOR, BERTIE BROADDUS, SAYING: "The cats were very agitated, of course, I was, too. I was very concerned. They were pacing for a bit and then they ran in and hunkered down and were trying to hide wherever they could in their cages and corners." VARIOUS, MOUNTAIN LION PACING IN PEN (SOUNDBITE) (English) BEAR CREEK FELINE CENTER DIRECTOR, BERTIE BROADDUS, SAYING: "I'm sure there are a lot of other people worse than we are, but you know what, we have our lives, we're strong, we can rebuild, and we have all the 23 cats are safe." VARIOUS, BERTIE BROADDUS PETTING SERVALS
Dateline: 2013

Florida Wild Cat Sanctuary Caught In Hurricane's Path

Item ID: 110577277

By: Reuters

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