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Animal story!! Tamblyn Williams, 23, of Sydney Australia moved to South Africa to take over the care of two lion cubs named Jagger and Adam after they were abandoned by their mother, who had been part of a breeding program. This photo of Jagger sitting on her shoulders was taken when the cub was six months old.
Tamblyn Williams carries 6 month old lion cub Jagger on her shoulders. Seaview Lion Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa
good lord. this would be my dream come true.
Tamblyn Williams carries six-month-old lion cub Jagger on her shoulders. Jagger arrived at Seaview Lion Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, from a different lion park where he was part of a breeding programme. But he was abandoned just days after birth and was taken in by Tamblyn who had just started as a volunteer at the park after moving to South Africa from Sydney, Australia, to study wildlife. She says: “I spent every day feeding him, going for walks, playing with him and just making sure he was in good health. Now he’s a few months older he’s a bit too heavy for me to carry - but we’re still close.” Picture: Shlomi Nissim / Caters News