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These Two Rescued Lion Brothers Playing Around Will Make You Indescribably Happy!

Pancho and Temuco are two lovable lion brothers who were rescued from their hardships as circus performers. When Animal Defenders International saved these lions from their former life, they were amazed by the love these brothers had for each other.

The lions are so happy to finally experience their life outside of their tiny cage, because now they can actually cuddle and nuzzle each other. The bond between animal siblings is quite the sight to see, especially when their showing of affection isn't so different from our own.(Source)

Executive Director of The Wild Animal Sanctuary, Pat Craig said, “We are really looking forward to seeing this new pride of lions being released into their new habitat. They have made amazing strides in their recovery, and being able to see these Lions running freely, outside of their dreams, for the first time in their lives will be incredible!”


The latest step in this remarkable rescue is another testament to the huge scale of the achievement. Enormous facilities were constructed at TWAS in record breaking time, and the lions have continued the recuperation that started in the ADI field station in Bolivia. The Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation (PEIVDF) has undertaken life saving veterinary work on several of the lions. Today, the lions are stronger than ever.

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Responses to "Meet Pancho and Temuco, two of the most adorable rescue lions ever. (VIDEO)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    <3 genial.... Menschen k├Ânnen nur lernen von solch tierischer Zuneigung!

  2. Anonymous says:

    This makes me cry, you can see the love of those beautiful animals. One day people will pay for their cruelty to animals.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Kleenex needed

  4. bmfilip2 says:

    That is so beautiful to see. They look so happy. Thank you for sharing this.

  5. HOLD STILL SO I CAN CHEW ON YOUR HEAD!
    NO, I'M GOING TO LICK YOUR EARS FIRST!

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