Big cats rescued, rehabilitating at the Oakland Zoo
Four big cats have been rescued, thanks to some help from the Oakland Zoo. They were rescued from an abandoned roadside zoo in Oklahoma, which was cited and shut down for safety violations in 2008, and was reported to have ties to Joe Exotic. The animals are all getting much-needed care at their new homes, with two of them taking up residence at the Oakland Zoo. Colleen Kinzley, who is the vice president of animal care at the zoo, gave an update.