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Honey

My Story

Honey was born in a litter with two brothers , Hontohan and Cistila, in 2002. As is common in tiger cubs at an early age, they romp and play continuously , to strengthen their reflexes, muscles and hunting skills. Since the girls are equal in size at that age and usually precocious and a bit more mature , they can tend to beat up on their brothers. Such was the case with our little Honey (also known as Honey Bear). She could be brutal when she beat up on her brothers at that time. Honey has since mellowed–but only a little bit.  She can be remarkably gentle and accomodating with her handlers, but it’s easy to see how she could become quite the ball of energy.  That’s our little Honey Bear.

I've been adopted by:

Tom & Effie Blue

 

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About Me


Celebrated Birthday
December 22, 2002

Name Translation
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Species
Bengal Tiger – Panthera Tigris

Magic Moments
“One time she was beating up on her brothers and I had to reprimand her and she turned around ( she only weighed about 2 pounds )and she took a swing at me with her claws out and cut me superficially across my lip. I was surprised at her lack of fear and learned that a female tiger is a force to be reckoned with, no matter how little she weighs.”

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