What if your child wanted an exotic or unusual pet, would you give them one? Would you be comfortable seeing your kids wrapped in the coils of a reticulated python? How about seeing them rolling around within the large paws of a lion or tiger? Such scenes may seem terrifying but for some families, it’s all very normal. There are many kids who have grown up with dangerous wildcats and deadly reptiles without being harmed.
In this posts, you will see amazing scenes of children handling animals you wouldn’t dream of going next to let alone have as a pet.
Giant Pitbull and baby
Here’s a situation of the largest pitbull and a baby in the US. A pitbull named Hulk whose relationship with baby Jackson is stronger is revealed to be the baby’s pet and also security. Despite the pitbull being friendly with the family, the dog is ferocious to intruders and threats.
Living with tigers
Tigers are one of the most dangerous wild animals but you’d be surprised that some families keep these wild cats as part of them. A family in Brazil possesses the tigers as their kids’ pets. The children now in their 20s no how well to interact with the tigers peacefully and the bond keeps growing stronger each day.
Little boy and python
Sleeping with a python would be the last thing in anyone’s mind yet there are children who actually interact and sleep with the pythons. A 7 year old from Cambodia does sleep with a 16 foot long python as the parents believe that they share a special bond. As revealed, the snake was only small the size of a thumb when it was found by the mother’s boy who decided to keep it. Since then, the boy and the snake have grown up as unusual siblings and become a star attraction in the village nearby.
Toddler and crocodile
FEARLESS Rani Maharani, three, thinks her family’s pet crocodile is just jaw-some. She drags 4ft Ndut by the tail, sleeps and bathes with the croc, which is fed chicken heads in Indonesia. Her parents swapped a previous pet for the crocodile after his former owner was unable to look after him, but they insisted their little girl is in no danger despite her unusual animal friend.
Rani’s dad Synhrul Effendi said he hoped Rani would maintain her fearless attitude and love for animals in the future.
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