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A tragic story of a family that had three massive lions as pets – Don’t open if you’re too emotional (With Real Pictures)

However, she was not. In 1978 Leo dies from a heart attack. The woman with two kids is now left alone with a giant lion and a smaller mountain lion – the puma. She panicked and wanted to give away the animals to the Berlin’s zoo in Eastern Germany. They almost got it thru but then it didn’t happen.

Nina recalls: “After the husband’s death it was too hard for me to keep it up. However in the beginning the lion was pretty respectful to me, but he missed a lot his master, Leo. He was finding his things and laying down on them, was searching for Leo in the apartment.”.

One day in 1980 the woman came back from work home. She noticed that there was some strange smoke in the apartment. The lion was roaring and angry, the puma was sitting on the sofa. She went on the balcony and noticed that their neighbor, a drunk alcoholic was burning something and throwing some this burning stuff onto the lion. Woman quarreled with a neighbor, closed the balcony and went back inside.

The lion was still nervous. He went on his top shelf, his nest. Then her fourteen year old son has came back home. The woman started giving him a meal and slicing meat for the lion. Then suddenly lion has felt down from his top shelf on his back. This probably hurt him a lot, so he roared and attacked a woman. Her son tried to stop the animal, grabbed him by the leash but the lion has killed him. The woman passed out.

When she got back to conscience the lion was already dead. The neighbors had called the police which climbed inside the windows and shot the animals.

Source: EnglishRussia

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