The founder of a wildlife sanctuary that is now home to over 30 lions, Richardson has developed an intimate bond with his cats and he famously walks freely with the animals.

 Flouting common misconceptions that breaking an animal’s spirit with sticks and chains is the best way to subdue them, he uses love, understanding and trust to develop personal bonds with the lions.

He has presented and produced several documentaries that detail his relationships with the animals and highlight the plight of lions both in captivity and in the wild.

Steirn added: 'To be able to really understand Kevin's background and relationship with these big cats was incredible.

'He puts his heart and soul into lion conservation, so to be able to showcase the cats and their massive value to our world in this way was a great opportunity.


Responses to "Incredible pictures show the bond between a man and his pride of big cats"

  1. Absolutely the best footage with a message.

  2. Sherri says:

    Fantastic Pics & Vid....And so so true

  3. Anonymous says:

    lets hope we can save more animals from the slaughter of trophy hunters .Petition every council and state and politicians to stop this .Let our grandchildrenand great gradchildren know and see lions and togets and elephants in our world.PLEASE SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR ANIMALWELFARE its in every place in the world they do such wonderful things in helping animals and they do get all the money you send them and 85 percent is used on the animals thank you everyone Val Bounds Perth Western Australia

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