By Kelli Bender
Nov 30, 2012
"I never feel scared; I consider her my everyday friend," Sholeh told The Sun.
Looks like maybe the Tiger has Him mounted, and He LIKES it
then suddenly one day, for no apparent reason, the tiger proceeded to . . . (well, you know, act like a wild animal).
Nope. Very unlikely. That crap happens in situations where the animal is mistreated. They aren't cold killers. And in this case, it's not like the cat is confined to a cage or a small house.
Another sefred and roy in the making!
that is sooooo loving..cool..
"MAN SAYS BEAST IS HIS BEST FRIED"Best FRIED what???? Stunads at AOL fix your mistake!
haha best fried..um ok.....
What a once in a life time experience, some things you just can't buy!!
"Man Says Beast is His Best Fried" [sic] Huffington Post's headline gives new meaning to the phrase "man eating tiger."