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Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength

« on: 07 04, 16, 08:14:30:PM » Reply

This brave man came back to visit the cheetah he raised from birth.  Whoever said love hurts?  An amazing case of smother love from this beautiful animal.



Loved By Affectionate African Cheetah Cat - Man & Cheetah ...


Volunteering at Cheetah Experience in South Africa, I befriended Gabe, the most affectionate and interactive cat (wild or domesticated) I've ever met. The re...

Getting his face sanded.
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« Reply #1 on: 07 08, 16, 08:04:23:AM » Reply

Yes, (((smother love))) & getting sandpapered aww

 I especially love the purrrring!!

Such a sweet baby

^Just discovered after all this time the different smiley's that can be accessed in the settings lol; wondered where wmd got them
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What would they do without Anecdotals or Snark

« Reply #2 on: 07 08, 16, 12:46:59:PM » Reply

Oooo, Nice affection,  but I don't know if that was good idea to allow the cat to taste human blood.   
There is a real reason why humans should not try to raise wild cats such as that.
Certainly he is a lucky guy, but man, if that cat ever turns while he is pinned.......
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« Reply #3 on: 07 09, 16, 06:43:31:PM » Reply

I missed the taste for blood part...unless got so raw from that sand tongue: x But yes, there is a reason they are called wild animals. Just read further about the scabs becoming infected, ouch. Wild animals if raised from young are so affectionate but we can't forget they are beasts of prey first. Don't imagine once hand-raised they could ever be put back in the wild. Sanctuary time.

Just one story of many --Timothy Tredwell and girlfriend lost their lives in Alaska after all those years living among the bears ...was it Kodiak Island or something...for months every year. He never touched them and of course didn't raise them but did get too close through the years and became reckless.

I'm sure we all have heard stories of even hand fed babies of a wild animal especially as an adult can turn and pounce at a seconds notice. The one with the Vegas act...Z & R, don't know if they raised them but one sure got mauled and years in rehab.
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