The Lion & The Lamb. Yes, It happened.

Years ago in the 1950s, a lion refused to eat meat. Surviving off other nutrients, The Lion & The Lamb slept together with other animals at the rescue where she lived.

Named Little Tyke, the vegetarian lion wasn’t the only one. A lion, in the presence of a monk in 1936, turned away from meat & favored rice and milk.

Goes to show that humans love and compassion could affect the world. Did the world turn vicious because humans start wars?

Lion refusing meat

If we all come from the same set of cells and DNA, then a lamb is a lion and a lion is a lamb. At some point in evolution, a lion decided to eat meat and hunt animals and a lamb becomes dormant and docile.

No matter what, human slaughter either of them for fun and food. Which is completely unnecessary for survival. Though killing is important if something is trying to kill you, this guy proved you can sleep with lions too.

Things we thought were impossible are very possible. So let’s get to changing the world. Help the lions sleep with lambs and the humans sleep with lions. Together we can build an amazing reality where lions are the new friendly loving Pitbulls everyone who is normal is scared of.

The danger of these animals is real, so just as humans, just because one or a few are nice, don’t go diving into a native lion pit thinking you will come out. Without knowing what it takes to be a lion, a lion will not respect you.


But you can do something similar in other places in the world with safety guidelines.

If you want to sleep with real beast legally, check this out: Sleep In See-Through Bubble With Elephants.

Source: Vegetarismus.






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