1 Year After Brothers Took A Drive With Their Full-Grown LION In Back Of Car, See Their Recent Photo.
Two brothers who were discovered to be living with a full grown up Lion drove around town in 2019. The brothers were Pakistani and we're fond of the big cat and use her as their pet. Thy named her Simba.
Most Drivers and people get afraid whenever they see the lion sitting in the backseat of this car and no one dares to join them in the car.
It of note that the brothers have been rearing 26-month-old Lion since he was left on their farm in Karachi, Pakistan by his mum when he was barley two weeks old.
Hassan said:“He just loves cuddles.”
"Her mother gave birth to him on our farm and his mother couldn’t feed him the milk so I took him into our home.”
“ Right since then we have been raising him like our brother.”
" His name is Simba and he is a very gentle lion. And now he’s 26 months old.”(That was in 2019).
“I see him as my baby, so that’s I’m not afraid with him atall. You can see me dipping my hands into his mouth and won't bite me"
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What do you think about this?. Can you visit this brother home to have a look at his big pet?
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