Old Mossy Horns
Here you are kind sirNot familiar with your reference...I found this on the Internet
No idea...as I said, the one I I posted above I'd run across on the InternetHere you are kind sir
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Yep my question was sarcasm, as I read in your post the other day you knew better to hang with one full grownNot me. That looks like a good way to get hurt. If you want a great big teddy bear, buy a teddy bear. Tigers can shred a human and they should be treated like they can. Even though they might be raised by humans, they still have wild in them and their fangs are big as your finger. The one I'm pictured with still didn't know how bad he could be. He was only 4 months old at the time and still had his baby teeth. There's no way I'd do that with an adult. That's a female in that picture and they can be mellower. You wouldn't, shouldn't, couldn't do that with a male...if you want to keep on living.
Sorry for the delay...just saw this. I was there in the late 1980s when it was called Carnivore Preservation Trust. Most of the deer were from somebody local that called & I'd go get them. We didn't have quite so many deer then, but plenty got hit by vehicles. The cats were always grateful to get wild game treat. They could smell it before the deer got shared around. I hunted the woods around there and they'd be amped up expecting their share of my kills too.CutNRun, were you there when the "Deer Man" would bring deer for the tigers? I recall a N&O story where a guy from Cary had a utility trailer with a large "Deer Man" sign on it. The LEOs in the area would call him when a deer was freshly hit by a car. He would pick them up and bring them to the Carolina Tiger Rescue.