Вс. Май 26th, 2024

When I hear the words majestic animals, I immediately remember all the sorts of wild and dangerous cats like lions-the king of animals,  strong tigers, speedy cheetahs and gentle leopards.

Janice Haley from Florida decided to turn her backyard into a playground for her beloved "kittens" two Bengal tigers

Of course, it’s not reasonable to be in around of these terrific felines, moreover to share your home with them.

Well, this brave woman from Florida doesn’t share this opinion.

Janice Haley, who lives in  Orlando, loves wild animals so much, that in 1995 she left her job and began to take care of the representatives of wild nature, like tigers, leopards and lions.

Janice Haley from Florida decided to turn her backyard into a playground for her beloved "kittens" two Bengal tigers

In 2002, she got acquainted with her first big cat Janda. After five years  Janice got her second pet Saber, who was too little that time.

Janice turned her backyard into a big playground for dwelling her beloved, beautiful tigers.

Though Janda’s weight’s about 400lbs and Saber’s about 600lbs, the kindhearted woman called them delicate animals, who liked to cuddle and play like other common kitties.

Janice Haley from Florida decided to turn her backyard into a playground for her beloved "kittens" two Bengal tigers

The tigers considered Janice to be their mom. They played with her, letting her kiss them.

She can also take naps with her beloved and huge pets.

Janice Haley shares the idea that the wild animals should live in their real home, in the wild nature, but in some cases, as hers, it’s not suitable.

Janice Haley from Florida decided to turn her backyard into a playground for her beloved "kittens" two Bengal tigers

She thinks that her tigers couldn’t survive in wildlife, that’s why it’s better to keep them in the cage.

The woman fed Janda and Saber from her hand three times a day. Some animal lovers, kind volunteers joined Janice to be involved in her extraordinary job.