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Monday, 17 June 2019

It's Time To Lion Birthday!

Man smashes cake in pet lion's face. Twitter asks who is the real animal



A recent video of a Kurdish man smashing birthday cake into his pet lion's face became viral. The video has left Twitter furious.


In a video which triggered outrage on social media, a group of Kurdish-speaking men are seen kneeling down next to the lion before one of them smashes a cake into the poor animal’s face.


Smashing a person with cake in their face on birthday's is bad enough now people have started doing it to their pets.


Pets, be it, dogs, cats or even lions for that matter, need special care and smashing cakes in their faces is not acceptable. Recently, a video of a Kurdish man, Blend Brifkani, smashing a birthday cake in his pet lion's face went viral.





The video shared by Rajya Sabha MP, Parimal Nathani is captioned, "Here is a cruel video of an #animal welfare worker smashing birthday cake into his pet #lion's face. If a so-called 'animal welfare worker' can be so cruel with a pet lion, then God forbid where this world is headed!"


He described the lion as his “very best friend” and said the footage “shows pure emotions of overwhelmingness (sic) and excitement that I had while celebrating his birthday.”


“When I found him in the wilderness, he was alone, small and weak without a mother. If he had gotten into the wrong hands, he wouldn't have made it alive. I provided him a safe home, a good environment, veterinary care and everything needed to sustain the lion's health until he grew,” Brifkani said in an Instagram post.


“My plan was never to keep him in captivity, but rather raise him until he was well enough and old enough to be let out into the wild again.”


He admitted it was “wrong for throwing a cake on the lions face (sic), I have let my emotions of excitement take over me and I apologize to those whom I have offended.”


Brifkani insisted he was not an “animal abuser” and was “constantly working on projects that show how important animals are to me, especially Leo and how much I care for his well-being. I assure you that Leo is safe and will soon return to the wild.”


British comedian Ricky Gervais was among the thousands of people who expressed their disgust over the video.


“Dirty, worthless filth,” Grevais wrote on Twitter.


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