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    This is pretty damn cool. You gotta give the involved families some credit for having huge fucking balls.

    Living With Tigers: Family Share Home With Pet Tigers:


    Florida Woman Keeps Bengal Tigers In Her Garden:


    ‘We Live With 220 Lions And Tigers':


    The silver haired Florida woman has a point, in that there's not much of a future for big cats in the wild. Will we be seeing more big cats as pets in the future? Like, will it become increasingly common with pantherinae pets? Will there be a big cats domestication breeding program that breeds away the "wild animal", or is it just enough to feed them properly so as to keep the hunger and wild cat instincts at bay?

    Nonetheless, I have to give these folks a lot of respect. What they're doing is very noble and it takes a lot of courage to do what they're doing.
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    I hope they wont get attacked by their pets one day
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    Russian family have a cougar in their home. The cougar is expensive for them because it must eat a shitload of meat.
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    idiots.

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    Reminds me to these movies:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roar_(1981_film)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_and_Samantha
    The film was largely shot in John Day, Oregon. Foster was mauled by a substitute lion used in the movie on the set and still has scars on her back and stomach. "I was walking ahead of him. He was on an invisible leash, some piano wire. He got sick of me being slow, picked me up and held me sideways and shook me like a doll." "I was in shock and thought it was an earthquake. I turned around and saw the entire crew running off in the other direction. The trainer then said, 'Drop it' and he opened his mouth and dropped me." The incident left her with lifelong ailurophobia.

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