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Why You Should Never Turn Your Back On A Big Cat

Big cats like tigers and cheetahs are popular among the pet collecting crowd, but these apex predators don't change their killer ways no matter how long they're kept in captivity and often turn on their captors.

Which is why Tampa, Florida's Big Cat Rescue felt compelled to create this video showing what happens when you turn your back on a big cat.

(YouTube Link)

It's funny to see the cats come stalking up behing him then act like "what? I'm not doing anything..." when he turns around, but this video wouldn't be so funny without that sturdy fence.

-Via Laughing Squid

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He should have had a remote monitor, so he could be sitting with his back to the cats, but still see what they are doing. Then he wouldn't have had to keep checking his '6'.
Also, he was pretty fortunate that none of them tried to spray him. That would have been really unpleasant.
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