FYI - The webcam will be offline on the weekends but there are plenty of videos here on Ustream or on our SFShiba channel on You Tube of the pups for you to watch.We have created our own message board which allows you to chat with other puppy cam fans and "Shibaholics".

While some of the pay comes from free chat rooms, where the women dance on camera in a 'public area,' the real money is earned through private sessions in which viewers pay extra by the minute while the camgirl indulges their personal fantasy.

High flying: Little Red Bunny (pictured) is one of the top-earning cam girls on the internet, raking in up to $4.99 per minute - which can potentially add up to an impressive yearly salary of about $1million 'I know some girls [ask for tips],' she said. I just have fun, and I give myself 100 percent in free chat. what's important is [viewers] have a good time.'Katie Kays, a 19-year-old student studying early childhood development, launched her camming career a year ago.

The cubs became orphaned when a deer hunter stumbled onto a ground den and shot the mother bear in self-defense.

One of the cubs, Ike, died this past weekend of an unknown reason.

According to Beta Beat, one of the most popular cam girls - who goes by Little Red Bunny - rakes in $4.99 per minute.

Top earners like her can end up making an impressive

Top earners like her can end up making an impressive $1million a year, says a spokesperson.Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown has given NJ Advance Media permission to place a video camera in an incubator with a bear cub to see how it develops. "We hope this inside look at the rehabilitation effort here at Woodlands will serve to educate the public," Executive Director Tracy Leaver said."We want to engage and educate the public about black bears." Three weeks ago, two cubs, nicknamed Mike and Ike, were brought to Woodlands following an incident at Allamuchy State Park.plus the profits from your donation go to a great cause – Shiba Inu rescue organizations around the USA!The 2016 Shiba Inu Puppy Cam calendar boasts a collage of images from all of the litters (the A-Team through the F-Team) in addition to the couple's adult Shibas.You are likely to get a sick puppy or one that will require extensive and expensive visits to the vet over the course of their lifetime due to careless breeding.

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Top earners like her can end up making an impressive $1million a year, says a spokesperson.

Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown has given NJ Advance Media permission to place a video camera in an incubator with a bear cub to see how it develops. "We hope this inside look at the rehabilitation effort here at Woodlands will serve to educate the public," Executive Director Tracy Leaver said.

"We want to engage and educate the public about black bears." Three weeks ago, two cubs, nicknamed Mike and Ike, were brought to Woodlands following an incident at Allamuchy State Park.

plus the profits from your donation go to a great cause – Shiba Inu rescue organizations around the USA!

The 2016 Shiba Inu Puppy Cam calendar boasts a collage of images from all of the litters (the A-Team through the F-Team) in addition to the couple's adult Shibas.

You are likely to get a sick puppy or one that will require extensive and expensive visits to the vet over the course of their lifetime due to careless breeding.

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Top earners like her can end up making an impressive $1million a year, says a spokesperson.

Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown has given NJ Advance Media permission to place a video camera in an incubator with a bear cub to see how it develops. "We hope this inside look at the rehabilitation effort here at Woodlands will serve to educate the public," Executive Director Tracy Leaver said.

"We want to engage and educate the public about black bears." Three weeks ago, two cubs, nicknamed Mike and Ike, were brought to Woodlands following an incident at Allamuchy State Park.

plus the profits from your donation go to a great cause – Shiba Inu rescue organizations around the USA!

million a year, says a spokesperson.

Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown has given NJ Advance Media permission to place a video camera in an incubator with a bear cub to see how it develops. "We hope this inside look at the rehabilitation effort here at Woodlands will serve to educate the public," Executive Director Tracy Leaver said.

"We want to engage and educate the public about black bears." Three weeks ago, two cubs, nicknamed Mike and Ike, were brought to Woodlands following an incident at Allamuchy State Park.

plus the profits from your donation go to a great cause – Shiba Inu rescue organizations around the USA!

The 2016 Shiba Inu Puppy Cam calendar boasts a collage of images from all of the litters (the A-Team through the F-Team) in addition to the couple's adult Shibas.

You are likely to get a sick puppy or one that will require extensive and expensive visits to the vet over the course of their lifetime due to careless breeding.