Tigers Take A Bubble Bath
Big cats at Florida sanctuary beat the heat with a dip in the tub.
It gets hot down on Deborah Warrick's farm, and she helps her animals beat the heat in luxury, one cap full at a time.
"We have eight tigers and during the summer we'll give them two or three bubble baths a week," said Warrick, who operates Florida's St. Augustine Wild Reserve.
She even gives them one of two scents: either milk and honey or lavender scented suds.
"Oh and they come out of the bath smelling so good," she says.
That keeps the flies off of them for a couple days. So besides keeping the cats cool, it helps them beat the pests as well.
The Reserve is a non-profit animal rescue mission that takes in all sorts of wild cats, wolves, coyotes and birds.
They even have a female deer that freely walks around the grounds.