Some Big Cat Funny Memes: Lions, Tigers, Cheetahs

03/01/13 2 COMMENTS

Thanks to several intelligent geeks and nerds creating humor on the web there are many funny and fantastic lion and tiger memes out there. Here are just a few, for your enjoyment:

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Great Animal Planet Documentary About Tigers – Growing Up Tiger

08/06/11 0 COMMENTS

Filmed at the Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge in Texas, who care for more than 30 great cats that have been abused, neglected or displaced. See two tiger cubs and follow their first year of life.

Clayton and Conan Relaxing

16/04/11 0 COMMENTS

This is Clayton and Conan just hanging. These two best friends will love each other forever.

A New Picture of Clayton and Handsome

07/04/11 0 COMMENTS

I work as the web person for Big Cat. I want to quickly share with you the interactions I see between Handsome and Clayton. Handsome is a big lion; he scares me a bit, but he loves Clayton. If Clayton walks through the habitat area he gets up and runs to see Clayton. Handsome always gets a bunch of baby talk, rubbing and kissing from Clayton. It is funny and also sweet to watch. I have even seen Clayton rub his gums and the lion loves it. The relationship between Clayton and Handsome is amazing to observe.

All of the cats love Clayton and Kay. They love them because these cats get constant attention, love and they are talked to like they are a part of the family. I love volunteering for Big Cat because I get to see the work they do, the love they provide and the care they give to healthy and unhealthy animals that come in. It is a blessing to be around these people. Please keep them in your prayers.

Melissa Fach

Can I Pet a Tiger? – An Outside Perspective

14/05/10 0 COMMENTS

I volunteered to do some work for the Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary because I was so impressed at how amazing and selfless everyone was. They truly want what is best for their animals and any other animals they get phone calls over. To do my work I needed to learn about everything- the habitat, the people and all the animals individually.

I was like everyone else at first – the tigers are beautiful! The tigers, lions and liger all behave like my cats in some ways. They look snuggly and everyone I talk to wants to pet one…it seems so simple, but petting tigers or lions is not a safe thing.

Don’t get me wrong, these animals can be sweet and they all have their own distinct personality, but underneath the beauty and the personality they are what they have always been, predators. They are built like predators, so even if they are just playing with you their claws and their teeth can do considerable damage. It doesn’t have to be intentional. When tigers play with each other they can bite and claw their pals and nothing happens, but humans are not built the same.

Can I Pet a Tiger?

I will tell you right now that the Big Cat Habitat is not going to risk you getting hurt just to pet a tiger. There are very few staff members that go in with tigers and lions and those that do have trained tigers for a decade or more. They know tigers so well they actually think like them. More importantly, the big cats trust them. The support staff that feed and care for the tigers also have a close relationship with them, but they are not reaching their hands in and petting them. It just is not worth the risk.

Respect

Kay, her son Clayton and the entire staff are always talking about respecting the cats. As I said above, the cats know the people that  take care of them, but they don’t know visitors.  It would make them very uncomfortable to have random people touching them all time. People don’t like having people they don’t know come up and touch them; neither do the cats.

As beautiful as they are, it is important to keep in mind that they were created to be predators and that is what they are. They do not have to attack you to hurt you. Tigers are just too dangerous to play with. On the other hand, being able to look into their eyes is a rewarding experience and one I value deeply. If you have not had the chance to look a tiger, lion or liger in the eye I encourage you to visit the Big Cat Habitat or a safe and animal loving habitat in your local area.

Melissa

Cheetahs – Built to Be the Fastest Running Animal

25/04/10 0 COMMENTS

In this video you will see how they Cheetah is built and why it can run so fast.

Kira in the Pool with a Ball

09/04/10 1 COMMENTS

Testing post

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Lion

04/03/10 0 COMMENTS