White Tiger Plays iPad - Game for Cats Gone Wild! Lions, servals, and more!

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http://www.ipadgameforcats.com and http://www.conservatorscenter.org/ These cats need your help! It is donations from people like you that allow the center to continue. Please visit this page to see all the ways you can donate: http://www.conservatorscenter.org/help.cfm Become Arthur Tiger's friend on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/people/Arthur-Tiger/100000768537066 On January 20th, 2011 the folks at the Conservators' Center in Mebane, NC took our iPad Game for Cats to find out if exotic cats like iPad Game For Cats just as much as their domesticated cousins. It turns out, they do! FAQ: Q: What are the types of cats shown in this video? A: The tigers and lions are easily recognizable. But what about the other cats? Well the smaller "house cat" size ones are called Geoffroy's cats. The cat with the funny ears is a caracal. And the slender, playful spotted cats are called servals. You can view more pictures of these cats and more at the conservators' center's website: http://www.conservatorscenter.org/animals.cfm Q: What iPad game are they playing? A: The game is called 'iPad Game for Cats'. It was originally designed for house cats. It is free to download and you can get it here: http://www.ipadgameforcats.com/ Q: Is there an iPhone version? A: YES! It is called 'Game for Kittens' and you can download it here: http://www.ipadgameforcats.com/kittens/index.html Q: Where was this video taken? A: At the Conservators' Center in Mebane, NC
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