Humans Amazing Friendship With Lion

CatersTVPublished: March 8, 2017963,704 viewsVirality: 5%
Published: March 8, 2017

Fancy a cuddle? Sirga the lioness has an unbreakable bond with her two rescuers - who saved her after she was abandoned by the pride.

Sirga treats the two conservationists just like she would other lions and with their help she can now hunt for prey on her own

She is now a beacon for hoped success of the Modisa Wildlife Project, founded in Botswana, Africa, by Mr Gruener, from Germany, and Mr Legarth, who is Danish, with the hope of saving the lion population.

To find out more on Modisa Wildlife Project, visit: www.modisa.org

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    valerie22 · 13 weeks ago

    She's a little ROUGH.... She's gonna hurt somebody.... Any way to teach her to be more gentle with people?...

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    chuckufarley2a · 8 weeks ago

    The problem with this kind of thing is, sooner or later, somebody is going to think they can do something similar with a wild lion, and they are going to find out that it isn't true.

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    Jimbo · 6 weeks ago

    Why can't people be happy just looking at these wild animals. Dumb humans must always show off and demonstrate to other people that they aren't afraid. What a crock. There never was, nor will there ever be any relationship between a human and a wild animal, other than the traditional hunter vs prey. Sooner or later, one or both of these guys names will be in an article where the lioness turned on them and chewed them for lunch. Same goes for snakes, whales, bears, etc.

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    Anje · 1 week ago

    She's just a teenage kitten. She needs another feline to play rough with. Those men could easily be hurt by her by accident, and then she would pay the price. This is very irresponsible. She isn't showing affection, she's playing with them like they are littermates. My orphan kittens play rough too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wacRS7UpJuc