The Man Who Saved two Lion Cubs Seven Years Ago Reunites With They Face To Face

Nothing is more important than the bond you share with your pet and your pet, particularly when you were able to help them grow.

Many people dedicate their entire lives to saving animals simply out of love and this is exactly the way Kevin Richardson does.

One day in the Lion Park in South Africa He witnessed an lion mother rejecting two cubs she had just born.. Some people may have feared approaching the pair, but Kevin’s instincts told him otherwise, writes Joe Kahlo from
He decided to rescue them and very soon they became a very big part of his life.

The goal at the center was to raise these cubs in a way that meant they could grow up into fully functioning adults without human assistance.
Seven years on, Kevin decided he was going to visit the pair, named Meg and Ammy, and understandably he was nervous about their reaction.

It had been a long time since they had seen each other, and he was unsure if they would remember him.

Kevin decided to approach the lions without hesitation, and thankfully for us, he recorded the encounter with a GoPro.

While one of the lions was by the water, he decided to jump in and approach her while calling her name.

What happened next was truly incredible, as soon as she realized who Kevin was, she jumped straight into the water and embraced Kevin with a hug.

Kevin describes them as his ‘soul mates,’ they will always have this special bond no matter how long they are apart.

Kevin, also known as the ‘lion whisper,’ also founded the “Kevin Richardson Wildlife Sanctuary,” which is a 3,000 lion shelter in the African savanna. He shelters 26 lions of different ages, many like Meg and Amy, who he had known from cubs.

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