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The sole-survivor, a baby animal from its mother in the nest, has been linked with a rescue and a puppy at the Cincinnati Zoo, and as the video showed, the playmates quickly make friends.
Being a 3-month-old cub, and Remus, one of the puppies in the rescue, were put together as part of a zoo program, which pairs solo, cheetahs, animal, Zoo, Cincinnati, lead trainer Linda Castaneda, told the AP. The Video showed the pair, tumbling over each other as they are on a plush Halloween pumpkin.
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The cub was placed in the program because she was the only surviving cub from her mother, the family, the cheetah, the mother and the abandoned, or neglect to raise their children in such cases.
The dog will act as both the teacher and the playmate at the club in a way that the person can not do it, Castaneda said. Cheetah cubs, are learning to listen to their life skills and simple tasks such as drinking from a water bowl, looking for their furry friend.
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“Even if we wanted to play with it, we are not in a position to do so in the same way that a puppy will do,” Castaneda said.
Kris and Remus, the zoo’s sixth-cheetah-dog pairing is performed in conjunction with a pile fabric Halloween pumpkin. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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Castaneda said, the dog companions have been the same for a single birth, and to add to that Site, and Remus in the sixth, a successful cheetah-dog pairing in the centre.
The new best buds made their debut at the zoo on the weekend.