Many people believe that wild animals should be maintained in captivity, but there are numerous reasons why this is not the case. The main reason is that when they are captivated, they lose their maternal instincts over time!
After being rejected by his mother, a little tiger cub finds family in a friendly canine in this story! Hunter, a Bengal tiger cub, was born in the Farm Inn Wildlife Sanctuary in Pretoria, South Africa. After the cub was abandoned by his mother, the workers there went through a very stressful period!
They tried all they could to locate another animal that would love him, until they came across Chelsea, a small German Pointer who was completely devoted to him! The two creatures have formed an instantaneous bond and have become best buddies!
Hunter’s time with Chelsea was supervised because he is a wild animal. For Hunter’s protection, the two will have to be separated when he reaches the age of six months. What a fantastic idea! Take a look at the vid.eo below.