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  Redhead
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23:50 11.06.2019
Grin (25771),

P. S. Yeah — I watched the first video in your thread about «How to bath a tiger» and I didn't like it. There is no respect for tigers in that video, I don't know what kind of «niceness» («I found some nice videos») you see in it, I don't see it. So — didn't really bother to follow the rest of your twitter thread.
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  Redhead
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09:51 12.06.2019
Grin (25771),

I am off work today, packing my oldest son's bags — he is going camping in Germany, Bavaria — with his school. For a «wild child» experience — they are going to do all sorts of stuff — sports, kayaking, etc. He is so excited. They have trips abroad every year in private schools here, he went skiing to Switzerland and France last year, the year before, now they are off to Germany.
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12:20 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Why all the negative threads? I don't get it.
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I bet some users on this forum were trying to prove that arrest was justified. Now when everything became clear their opponents are making fun of them.
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12:26 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> This cat looks a bit sick to me to be honest, I will look at your pics later
quoted1
I think it's because this cat is a creature of the night. They usually sleep during the daytime.

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> P. S. Yeah — I watched the first video in your thread about «How to bath a tiger» and I didn't like it. There is no respect for tigers in that video, I don't know what kind of «niceness» («I found some nice videos») you see in it, I don't see it. So — didn't really bother to follow the rest of your twitter thread.
quoted1

I don't think they made it to tease tigers. You know owners of the zoos often invent some tricks to encourage animals to make physical exercises to keep them fit. Usually they encourage them with food. I'm sure they'll give that meat to the tigers in the end. Otherwise tigers won't do that exercise again.

Anyway, I'm sorry for dissapointing you with that vid.
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12:27 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I am off work today, packing my oldest son's bags — he is going camping in Germany, Bavaria — with his school. For a «wild child» experience — they are going to do all sorts of stuff — sports, kayaking, etc. He is so excited. They have trips abroad every year in private schools here, he went skiing to Switzerland and France last year, the year before, now they are off to Germany.
quoted1
Sounds great. I wish you and your son a happy holiday!
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12:31 12.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Sounds great. I wish you and your son a happy holiday!
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I ain't going anywhere, he is going with his school — for 4 days, back at the weekend. Some parents are going with them, from PTA (Parent Teachers Association), I don't belong there, I don't take part in any school activity promotions to be honest, I just haven't got time. They are mostly housewives, who chose the lifestyles where they don't work and dedicate themselves to school life. I am just packing him, the bus is gonna come literally in an hour to get him. Everything is packed.
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12:32 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I ain't going anywhere
quoted1
But you have a day off, do you?

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Everything is packed.
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12:35 12.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
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You know, when we were in Moscow in 2003 — we went to this show — it was a show with sea lions, and it was great, amazing. My uncle got us the tickets. They also used food to encourage them to exercise. I just don't like any cruelty to animals you know. And where the human beings are concerned with their stuff — it is invariably there. That Taygan Zoo is a lovely exception to that rule, they really do love the animals there and treat them with love and respect.
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12:38 12.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> But you have a day off, do you?
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Yeah, I had to take a day off — cause my husband is in Portugal, dealing with properties, someone has to pack him, be with him, say Goodbye and all that — nanny is sick at the moment, I am on my own with the kids today basically. The youngest two are at school, but I have to drive and pick them up, drop Vicky off to ballet, cook dinner, etc — everything our nanny usually does.
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12:42 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> That Taygan Zoo is a lovely exception to that rule, they really do love the animals there and treat them with love and respect.
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Yes, they have like 30 hectares of territory. So animals live there almost like in the wilds, there is no need to «invent» something to keep them fit. But even there in Taygan they have some kind of punishment for animals who behave badly. For example if a tiger or lion starting to behave too aggressive towards the stuff or other animals they put him in the cage for some time. Well, it sounds like they put him into prison
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12:44 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> You know, when we were in Moscow in 2003
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A new seaquarium was opened in Moscow a few years ago. I was there, it looks nice. But I feel sad for orcas who live there. It's obviously not enough space for them.
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12:46 12.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> That Taygan Zoo is a lovely exception to that rule, they really do love the animals there and treat them with love and respect.
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>Yes, they have like 30 hectares of territory. So animals live there almost like in the wilds, there is no need to «invent» something to keep them fit. But even there in Taygan they have some kind of punishment for animals who behave badly. For example if a tiger or lion starting to behave too aggressive towards the stuff or other animals they put him in the cage for some time. Well, it sounds like they put him into prison
quoted1

Well — that is quite a benign punishment by the sounds of it, but very cruel for a tiger or a lion. Tiger and lion and cat psychology — is totally different from a dog's psychology to be honest. Dogs — they are pack animals, they put each other down in a pack to respect the pack leader. If you own a dog, you have to show them, that you are the leader of the «pack», otherwise they will have you. With tigers, lions, cats in general — there is no pack, it is usually one animal per territory, they control a piece of territory on their own, have a family on that territory, etc. Hunt there — the works. So — caging them — well, that is a harsh punishment for them.
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12:48 12.06.2019
I have to go at the moment, speak later.
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12:49 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Yeah, I had to take a day off — cause my husband is in Portugal, dealing with properties, someone has to pack him, be with him, say Goodbye and all that — nanny is sick at the moment, I am on my own with the kids today basically. The youngest two are at school, but I have to drive and pick them up, drop Vicky off to ballet, cook dinner, etc — everything our nanny usually does.
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quoted1
Oh, so it's not a proper holiday then?
My mother used to say «смена деятельности — это отдых». She was trying to encourage me to do smth useful when I was lazing around.
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12:49 12.06.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I have to go at the moment, speak later.
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Have a nice day
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