You know that the relationship between the two of you can be greater than any bond in the universe if you have kept animals for your entire life. Some have spent their whole lives saving animals because they love them so much.
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When there was a possibility for a man named Kevin Richardson to save two wild animals, he realized that he could not shy away from the chance. But what exactly were those two animals?
Two baby lions, which most people are afraid to touch. The lion’s names were Meg and Amy and his instincts motivated him to immediately bring them to safety.
Kevin’s efforts were largely responsible for saving the cubs ‘ lives, and seven years later he decided it was time to see the lions he had all grown up protecting.
The cubs needed to learn how to survive after being taken to safety, and be wild animals on their own. They were helpless and too young to know how to take care of themselves before being taken to a rescue location. The goal was to get the cubs to develop into functioning adult lions without the assistance of humans.
So seven years later on that day, the man who rescued them, Kevin, was somewhat nervous about how they would react to seeing him. He had been in their company for a long time and he was uncertain whether they would recognize him or regard him kindly.
Kevin chose not to be scared of the two lions, but to take them by surprise and tackle them without hesitation. He then wanted to capture the moment with a Go-pro that he would tie around one of the lions ‘ belly so that everyone could share in his amazing moment! He wanted to remember this reunion forever.
The lions wandered around the African grasslands together and even dipped into a river.
Kevin decided he wanted to get in with them yet lost them for a second from his sight. But then, in crouching position, he spotted one of the lions. The video that comes after this moment is amazing and you have to see it to yourself to believe that!
When you realize the lions know who Kevin is exactly, the feeling can pull your heartstrings! It shows that even wild and non-domesticated species can still establish human bonds.
How do you think about the story of Kevin? Doesn’t it show how strong a connection can become between humans and even wild animals? Let us know what you think and make sure your friends and family get this heart-warming message through.
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I am an International Business Management undergraduate from the University of West London (UWL) and completed the Higher National Diploma in Business Management (SQA). Apart from my studies, I am a freelance writer.