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Old 08-10-2007, 12:31 PM   #1
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Lion was released into the wild in africa ,then a year later the guys returned to see if he was doing OK.


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Judging by that i would say yes

If i were them i would Poo my self

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Judging by that i would say yes

If i were them i would Poo my self
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Cats are nice animals.
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I've had several cats. Must say I like them more than dogs (even though dogs are nice - they are too easy to control).
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I don't know about you guys, but if I saw a lion running towards me, I would start running, whether or not I thought it *might* remember me.
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I believe a cat will always remember you - they think you're their father/mother if they grew up with you.
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I agree with eneles about the mother father thing.

I guess, if I raised the lion, I would know when it was running up to me if it was happy or wanted to eat me by the look on its face. But, sheesh, I can imagine I would still be a little scared when it jumped up on me like that! My cat is large enough thank you! :)

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