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January 04, 2022


A report was received by the Ministry of Interior about a lion wandering on the roads in Sabahiya area which sparked panic. The environmental police went to the place along with the owner of the lion who happens to be a girl and along with the girl’s father (Kuwaiti citizen) and with those who raised the lion were able to recapture and hand it over to the owners.

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Once Starlink installs antennas in Kuwait this should become much less of a problem.

Giving back a lion or whatever is "PAR" in Kuwaiti.
In other countries, probably vaccinated, held and owner charged for "services rendered". I wonder if the lion was "chipped". I wouldn't want to "wand" a lion much less "table" him.

The way the owner calls for their lion:
“Wingle whip”

And I must mention .. "environmental police?!" They really exist?

All the lion probably wanted was a nice head rub behind it's ears. Housecats love that. It is my belief that all cats think alike.

I'm sure big cats would like a nice head rub, but no one has the guts to do it.

Steverino, they might have the guts beforehand, but probably not afterwards.

That's the truth, and I am not lion.

Warm kitty, soft kitty, little ball of fur.
Sleepy kitty, happy kitty, purr purr purr.

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