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RoaRRRRR

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Re: RoaRRRRR

That's easy, a snake but I haven't owned one for many years Sad
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Re: RoaRRRRR

what do you think to the vid ?
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Big cats are instinctively wild and I would expect something bad to happen to the family sooner or later.
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I'm with Strat here. Has everyone forgotten the Port Lympe and Howletts incident from years ago? - The owner (can't remember his name but he's dead now) used to encourage the keepers to go into the enclosures to socialise and play with the tigers. All well and good except one day one got carried away and killed the keeper.
Big cats are NOT the same as domestic cats. They are instinctive killers and it's people like this who are keeping dangerous animals that are convincing the rest of the worlds idiots that they are safe. They are not!
I went to another place once that had cheetahs and every time a young child ran past the enclosure the cheetahs would run alongside hoping to get lucky. Not only were they running alongside but you could see their instincts were telling them it was dinner.
Big cats may look cute and adorable but they are still lethal killing machines.
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