The Sanctuary breeds lions with a view to releasing each third generation completely into the wild, these animals by then will have had no human contact. The visit involved a walk with three large lion cubs and a talk about the running of the sanctuary. Although you could touch the cubs they were not pets and had to be treated with respect. It was disappointing not to be albe to see some of the larger breeding animals
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