Today’s story has very special photos to see, it is about the beautiful love between tigers and 3 German shepherd dogs. The endangered dog and tiger have developed a special bond founded on mutual trust and respect. Domesticated dogs and orphaned tigers raised in conservation centers or wildlife sanctuaries are frequently involved in these relationships.
Endangered Tigers And Three German Shepherds Form A Special Bond
Indeed, Oasis of the Siberian Tiger is a one-of-a-kind project in Slovakia that was set up in 1999 to save the Siberian Tiger from extinction. There are now 22 striped Siberian Tigers in the protected park. But there was once another species that lived there.
While three German shepherds, Blacky, Hugo, and Jenny, also called the oasis home. The dogs grew up in the park. That is where a very special friendship blossomed, not only with each other but also with some very special tigers.
The friendship began when Suria, a two-year-old tiger cub, started to form a special bond with the dogs. Sunny, her cub, later grew increasingly friends with the dogs ever since she gave birth to her.
According to one of the workers at Oasis told Caters News Agency, “Suria plays with the dogs every day, and they adore her.” Furthermore, “they are really like sibs and play all day together,” and “they never hurt each other.”
Dogs and tigers enjoy being together. The Tigers are also very gentle with them. They feel like running and playing in the park, as well as having to fight, but they never hurt each other.
Three German Shepherds and endangered tigers become inseparable friends, playing and cuddling. Photos of these unlikely friendships have gone viral on social media, highlighting the emotional connections that can be made between different species.
The dogs and tigers are “very close”, according to Martin Ziman, a volunteer at the park. Sunny quickly learned to play with the puppies and to be gentle, just like her mother. The dogs and tigers act more like a family than a rival species.
It can be said that dogs are considered companions of endangered tigers, providing them with companionship, comfort, and rapport. The presence of dogs can help the tiger relieve stress because they provide a sense of security and belonging to the tiger.
Although tigers are wild animals and can be just as dangerous as dogs, despite their size and strength, tigers never threaten dogs. This special relationship tends to suggest the possibility of a positive interaction between dogs and tigers in captivity. Powerful predators frolicked in the sun with some German Shepherds as if it were the most natural thing in the world.
Furthermore, this friendship has the potential to raise awareness about the importance of tiger conservation and the need to protect tiger habitats.
But it is also difficult to believe that tigers and dogs get along so well. Fortunately for all of us, Lucia Zustakova, a tourist, and Martin Ziman, a volunteer known for her photography skills, captured their relationship on film in 2015: “Suria plays with the dogs every day, and they love her very much,” Lucia Zustakova says. I love animals and oases [sic]—this is a fantastic project to help those threatened with extinction by tigers.”
The images of the tigers and the three German Shepherds are truly breathtaking. It is incredible to see such powerful creatures romping around with dogs like kittens. Despite the fact that their park website no longer mentions dogs, and given that dogs have a shorter lifespan than tigers, they may no longer be at the park. But we like to think that they will always have special relationships that show the possibility of positive interactions between dogs and tigers.
We are just glad they shared their special photos with us so we can all enjoy them. We sincerely hope you enjoy them as much as we do. They are not something you see every day. Please feel free to share with your friends as always.
Thanks to Visitor and Photographer: Lucia Zustakova and Martin Ziman