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The only sounds were the occasional groans of disappointment from some men playing cards, the clacking of the elderly Mrs.

Lamentations He is a bear lying in wait, a lion hiding in ambush.

He was a good, upstanding man, always doing his best for his patients. If he was unable to help someone, it pained him greatly, as though he felt their suffering himself.

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As the years went by, he began to grow weary of life in the big city and so he decided to move to an island. He had a choice — move to Blackrabbit, where the people were cold. Move here to Merryapple where the people were warm. Or move to the island we now call Forloren, where the people were needful. They had no doctor of their own and suffered with various maladies and ailments, so he chose to live there and help them. The community was small, with only one little village and a farm. He found it pleasant and the islanders welcomed him with open arms.

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In time, he took a wife and together they had a daughter. She was the apple of his eye and she loved to watch him work. When she was grown, she travelled to London to train in the medical arts, just as her father had done. When she returned to Forloren many years later, her father was so proud he thought his heart would burst. The whole island rejoiced at her success and they prepared a great feast in celebration but she was tired from her journey and took to her bed.

By the next morning, she was burning with a fever and her skin had started to darken. The morning after, she was dead. It was the plague. Soon, his wife fell ill, as did several others in the village. The doctor, seeking to halt the spread of the disease, burned every boat and forbade anyone from leaving the island. Almost everyone took to wearing white masks with long snouts stuffed with herbs, meant to stop them from breathing the pox-ridden miasma of the infected. After his wife died, the doctor became inconsolable.

People began dying in droves. The bodies of the dead were buried in one large charnel pit dug in the side of the biggest hill on the island. The islanders were frantic. Even the animals started dying. There was no food left. They looked to the doctor for help. Finally, he instructed everyone who was still alive to gather at the farm and assemble in the huge old barn, for he had news of a cure. They did as they were told and waited for him to join them, but instead he closed the doors and slid the heavy bolt in place, trapping everyone inside.

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The people ranted and raged, banging and clawing at the wooden walls. The doctor walked around the barn, using his torch to ignite the dry wood. True Story of Christian The Lion Born to be Free Christian the lion, a true story of the relationship between man and animal, and Christian's extraordinary journey from zoo, to Harrods and finally to the wilds of Kenya.

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Background This incredible true story of love between man and animal, highlights the trust and love humankind has towards wildlife and how that bond endures. Christian was born in Ilfracombe Zoo, Devon in August ; he was part of a litter that had been rejected by their mother. London John Rendall and Ace Bourke, had just come over from Australia and were working in London at an antique pine furniture shop, called Sophistocat. With no further thought, they bought the cub and took him home to their flat in Chelsea. They named the cub Christian, as an irony of Christians being fed to the lions.

They made a home for Christian in the basement of the Antique shop, and they lived above the shop. Both having grown up with pets, John and Ace looked after Christian and treated him as a giant pet, part of the family. Christian had a gentle and gregarious temperament, but as all babies do, Christian started to get bigger and was becoming more difficult to control in the London environment.

They were enchanted by Christian and suggested that Ace and John contact George Adamson to rehabilitate Christian back into the wild, and to set him free. Kenya It took months for the bureaucratic wheels to turn in Kenya and for permission to be granted allowing Christian to travel there. In the meantime, Ace and John gave up their jobs in London and moved into a caravan, near to Bill Travers home 30 miles outside of London, out in the countryside. Here there was more space for Christian to exercise and move around in. There was a lot of work needed to be done to get, the nearly one year old Christian, ready for the wilds of Africa, as on arrival to the English countryside he was even scared of a scarecrow, and showed very little aggression.

Christian settled down well and seemed to enjoy being outside and investigating his surroundings. Ace and John knew that these times with Christian were special and maybe their last, so they wanted to spend as much time with him as possible. George was already working with wild lions that needed rehabilitation, and had a small pride that he wanted Christian to be introduced to.

Stop this insane allegiance and deference to the hunters of the world. Stop calling us emotional and unscientific.


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