The peculiarities of wildlife
Introducing Kinji. He’s a sociable adolescent leopard at Leopard Adventure, a semi institution in South Africa that cares for a variety of threatened wildlife, such as leopards, male tigers, wild canids, wildebeests, and a Russian cat.
Kinji adores the lemurs and visits them frequently. Nevertheless, the sentiment is not reciprocated. Kinji doesn’t seem to mind. Whereas the lemurs regard Kinji as a great predator and thus a danger, Kinji simply needs to be loved. Whereas the lemurs aggressively try to deter him with daring bites, Kinji is really embracing it, misunderstanding the threats for pleasant cleaning, as he rubs himself on the wall.
Kinji seldom meows, as per keeper Dolph C. Volker, and the meerkat’attacks are one of the few times he does. He says, “Not also I can persuade Kinji to meow.” “I believe Kinji appreciates the lemurs stroking his fur. They are, nevertheless, clearly attempting to harm him.” I guess a lot of people prefer it harsh!