Sometimes we observe wild animals be connected with humans which is really amazing! this happens when people help
them, take care of them! Elephants, for instance, remember the human who has ever helped him!
This story is about a man who once helped a Lion cubs.
Kevin Richardson is one of those people who devotes their entire lives to protecting animals just out of love.
He saw a mother lion reject two of her newborn cubs while working at the Lion Park in South Africa. Some would have been afraid to approach the couple, but Kevin’s instincts told him otherwise.
Rather of allowing the cubs to be taken and imprisoned in cages, he decided to leave them in a nature park where they could thrive.
The purpose of the center was to grow these cubs in such a way that they would be able to mature into fully functioning adults without the need for human intervention.
Kevin decided to pay a visit to Meg and Ammy after seven years, and he was naturally worried about their reaction. They hadn’t seen one other in a long time, and he wasn’t sure if they would recognize him. Kevin approached the lions without fear, and luckily, he captured the event on his camera.
One of the lions chose to approach him while standing near the river. “When I call Meg and she comes swimming up to me, I see in her expression, ‘Are you going to catch me if I come to you?'”
“She looks at me, I look at her, and we know. That’s trust.”
What occurred next was remarkable; as soon as she understood who Kevin was, she dove right into the water and hugged him tightly.
Kevin refers to them as his “soulmates,” and no matter how long they are separated, they will always have this special bond.
He went on to say that as they spent time together, the cubs learned to trust him a lot:
“To see the lions doing what lions do for me was exhilarating. It made me realise there was a different way to work with these predators in captivity. Meg, Amy and I have a history that goes to when they were born.”
Kevin believed Meg and Amy were destined to be poached by trophy hunters, and that “if I hadn’t got m and a back, they would have wound up in some shape or form in the canned lion hunting industry.”
Kevin developed the “Kevin Richardson Wildlife Sanctuary,” a 3,000-lion sanctuary on the African savanna, and is renowned as the “lion whisper.” He cares for 26 lions of various ages, several of whom he has known since they were pups, such as Meg and Amy.