Lion sanctuary puts visitors in a cage so they can have a close encounter with its big cats 

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The zoo the place they put YOU in a cage! Lion sanctuary offers visitors a VERY close encounter with its big cats 

  • The GG lion sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa, permits visitors to face inside a images cage
  • The authentic cage was donated by a German photographer who commonly visits. It was then tailored
  • The lions like to leap on high of the cage, which is commonly checked to make sure it can take the burden 

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A lion sanctuary has come up with a method to rise up close and private with the big cats – by inserting the visitors in a cage.

The GG lion sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa, permits visitors to face inside a images cage to see the gorgeous African lions in a secure and humane means.

Photographer and director of the non-profit firm, Suzanne Scott, 53, shared these superb photos displaying fortunate animal lovers assembly these stunning lions.

The GG lion sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa, allows visitors to stand within a photography cage to see the stunning African lions in a safe and humane way

The GG lion sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa, permits visitors to face inside a images cage to see the gorgeous African lions in a secure and humane means

The original photography cage, which was then adapted, was donated by a German professional photographer who regularly visits

A paw-some vantage point

The authentic images cage, which was then tailored, was donated by a German skilled photographer who commonly visits

She stated: ‘We have been providing this expertise for nearly two years now and the protection of each our visitors and big cats is the highest precedence.

‘The authentic images cage was donated to us by a German skilled photographer who commonly visits, which we tailored into the lion expertise dice after a German TV present filmed right here utilizing a plexiglass dice.

‘The dice is commonly checked by an engineer to make sure it can safely carry the burden ought to a lion bounce on high of it.

Photographer and director of GG lion sanctuary, Suzanne Scott, 53, shared these amazing pictures

Photographer and director of GG lion sanctuary, Suzanne Scott, 53, shared these superb photos

The cube is regularly checked by an engineer to ensure it can safely carry the weight should a lion jump on top of it

The dice is commonly checked by an engineer to make sure it can safely carry the burden ought to a lion bounce on high of it

GG lion sanctuary is expecting another 17 lions to arrive later this year

The sanctuary is in the process of rescuing lions from a closed down zoo in the Middle East

GG lion sanctuary is anticipating one other 17 lions to reach later this 12 months – it is in the method of rescuing lions from a closed-down zoo in the Middle East

The cube gives the sanctuary a bit of extra income - which is used to help it care for the lions

The dice offers the sanctuary a bit of additional earnings – which is used to assist it look after the lions

The sanctuary claims that the cube offers the lions enrichment

The lions are stimulated mentally and physically by the cube, it's claimed

The sanctuary claims that the dice gives the lions enrichment, that it stimulates them each mentally and bodily

‘It gives the lions enrichment in the type of psychological and bodily stimulation – which is nice for any animals in captivity.

‘As a non-profit sanctuary relying solely on donations, the dice’s charges provide us a small earnings which instantly helps us to feed and defend the lions in our care.

‘We predict one other 17 to reach later this 12 months, which we’re presently in the method of rescuing from a closed-down zoo in the Middle East.’

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