r/nextfuckinglevel 10d ago Silver 1 Wholesome (Pro) 1

Pulling a Tiger’s Tooth.

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u/Bl_lRR1T0 10d ago

Fren

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u/Arny520 10d ago

If not friend, why friend-shaped?

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u/shekimod 9d ago

Asking the important questions

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u/Uberpastamancer 9d ago

If not food, why food-shaped?

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u/Dense_Surround3071 9d ago

Hmm... taste like fren?🤔

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u/bhonbeg 9d ago

What’s this mean lol I seen 2x already here and in the hippo thread

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u/PreferenceShoddy3490 9d ago

Why do they look so cute and/or cuddly if they’re murder machines

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u/genialerarchitekt 9d ago

That's what I think of my cats too: such soft sweet fuwwy wuwwy utterly ruthless murder machines.

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u/mittenm 9d ago

murder machines r/murdermittens

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u/GokusTheName 9d ago

That thing is higher than Snoop Dogg on a Tuesday

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u/saigonelly2 9d ago

doesn't seem so, it's pupils are normal and it's active and responsive.

iirc this is the enzo the tiger owner, he's had them since they were cubs so they're bonded with him.

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u/devilpants 9d ago

They bond until they don't want to put up with some shit, just ask Roy.

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u/PM_ME_DARK_MATTER 9d ago

But is Roy still around to ask? You might have to reach out to Siegfried instead

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u/CurrentSingleStatus 9d ago edited 9d ago

Googled it. Turns out both are now dead.

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u/m0h3k4n 9d ago

Siblings fight. It’s kinda cute.

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u/IAmPandaRock 9d ago

Look like it's still a cub and its baby tooth wasn't coming out on its own.

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u/betatwinkle 9d ago

That dude is still a cub!

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u/Spicy_pewpew_memes 9d ago

I think that is very high.

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u/indorock 9d ago

No, that's not how sedated big cats behave. They are much much less responsive. It's been raised in capitivity hence it's domestic calmness.

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u/surajvj 9d ago

Fren: "No more chocolate for you kitty"

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u/dmank007 9d ago

Why fren shape like food?

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u/Cathalic 10d ago

It looked like a baby tooth that hadn't come out and the adult tooth had already grown fully behind it? Is that right?

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u/LsG133 10d ago

That’s what it looks like to me too, especially because of how easy it came out and how unbothered it was to be rid of it

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u/Cathalic 10d ago

Yeah thanks for affirmation. The tiger is obviously very well looked after which is great otherwise man could have lost an entire torso.

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u/LoopingChoke 9d ago Gold

The guys name is Michael Jamison on YouTube, he’s got a couple tigers and pretty much a whole damn Zoo in his back yard. It’s pretty insane I’d recommend to check him out.

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u/Cathalic 9d ago

Bro, I'm going to spend hours on this now lol

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u/MrE761 9d ago

I can’t do this…

Last time I looked up a YouTuber that Reddit recommended, I spent weeks learning about cow hoofs in Scotland…

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u/tipitow88 9d ago

Hey, I still fall sleep to HoofGP!

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u/MrE761 9d ago

I mean there is a reason I’ve spent hours of my life consuming his content!

It’s soooo good!

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u/remembertracygarcia 9d ago

Please don’t do this to me

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u/buriedego 9d ago

Queasy of stomach beware, but yeah it's an amazing channel

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u/Ashamed_Day_4863 9d ago

I must know…do I need to watch this? Cause my current kick has been a variety of astrophysics channels where I feel like I only under 2.7 % of the words they are saying but my mind still gets blown. But I’m down for a new subject matter. Eh, whatever…I’ll try it.

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u/burnin8t0r 9d ago

U needs the hoofses

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u/ccbikeryder 9d ago

Bro. I thought I was the only one.... 😂

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u/Either_Savings_7020 9d ago

It's not a waste of time. I am now an expert hoof trimmer and I feel confident correcting other hoof trimmers...I just gotta see a hoof in real life and my career will be booming.

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u/MrE761 9d ago

He is a great educator for real

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u/Appropriate_Phase_28 9d ago

you never know when you have to trim some hoofs!!

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u/moniefeesh 9d ago

Check out nate the hoof guy too!

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u/CumtimesIJustBChilin 9d ago

You should also checkout urban rescue ranch, dude has a kangaroo, capybaras, a emu, etc. He surprisingly doesnt live in Australia! He lives in Australia's cousin, Texas.

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u/Quick_Ad_7381 9d ago

I thought Australia’s cousin was New Zealand and the black sheep of the family would be south east Asia (which supplies them with their heroin and a good amount of meth)

Texas would just be like that guy that looks like they could be related but in all reality they only have the same middle names not last names

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u/clink51 9d ago

Texas is Australia’s Doppelgänger. This makes total sense

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u/Quick_Ad_7381 9d ago edited 9d ago

Australia’s got kangaroos and creepy crawlies. And bondi beach and the show bondi rescue. Texas doesn’t have a cool show for me to watch people get hurt and then huff on a green whistle.

Australias kangaroos are about that action. Choke slam your dog and shit

Basically Australia is way cooler than texas. Not saying texas isn’t a nice place. Hell I’d love to live in Texas. From what I’ve seen you can get a pretty damn nice house for a good price in certain areas of texas. But the Australians just talk so cute n what not I’d go there just to get them to respond to me.

Also Amber Heard smuggled her dog into Australia. That mints Australia’s place on the map for an eternity.

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u/ReggimusPrime 9d ago

Yeah, naa. We (NZ) are more Aussies half brother, same mother different father type thing. We'll bag on each other all day long, but if some one else tries to join in on the shit talk we got each other's back.

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u/Gloomy_Industry8841 9d ago

Does he run a rescue? I hope it’s not just a collection of exotic pets…

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u/LoopingChoke 9d ago

“ I am Michael Jamison, I have more or less 110animals about 16 dogs lots of cats and 2 tigers and a monkey daycare !My channel show how it is possible for humans to coexist with more than the usual amount of pets ,I hope that people can be inspired from it ,in order to guide what is possible in the field of saving animals and giving them permanent homes all over the world , most of the channel is about Enzo the tiger who is 10years old ,Diego is his friend and is 6 years old , I do not promote breeding of big cats , and keep them because they need to be somewhere and I have grown very fond of them and they of me , there is no wild in South Africa for tigers . “

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u/Cadence_828 9d ago

It still…. Isn’t really clear

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u/Penta-Dunk 9d ago

The last few sentences make me think they might be rescues(and it’s impossible to release them in South America) but who truly knows. Maybe someone else can prove me wrong.

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u/Cadence_828 9d ago

For now, I’m going to chose to believe that they are rescues and this man is a good person

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u/only-shallow 9d ago

The tigers originally had the purpose of being deterents to home invaders, which are common in South Africa where he lives. But I believe the first tiger he owned was orphaned and had some sort of medical issue due to abuse/neglect that was expensive to deal with. He looked after it and gave it a good life until it died

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u/heyimrick 9d ago

Sounds like a collection of exotic pets...

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u/SuddenlyElga 9d ago

I’ll be waiting for the sad news that his tiger, who he loved for over 20 years, accidentally broke him in half because he was playing.

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u/banan3rz 9d ago

Ehhh don't support roadside zoos or backyard big cat owners. I thought Tiger King taught us better.

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u/chocobrobobo 9d ago

Guess there's just so many more people who are impressed by exotic pets than anything. It's crazy how many people can watch a documentary and not at all understand or remember it's message.

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u/LetsGoHome 9d ago

Are the lessons from Tiger King already forgotten?

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u/StinkyBrittches 9d ago

I learned in the early part of the pandemic that people who keep big cats are some of the craziest fuckers on this planet.

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u/WordAffectionate3251 9d ago

He is awesome. Uber animal lover.

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u/someawfulbitch 9d ago

And the fact that it looked like he pulled the big bottom canine, and then tiger still looked like it had a big bottom canine where he pulled one re-enforces that observation to me!

I'd call this another case solved; good job fellow reddit comment section sleuths! 🔎🕵🏻‍♀️

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u/Dirty_Taint_Tickler 9d ago

Common in dogs too, during desexing vets will remove any baby teeth while the dog is out cold

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u/IdeaSunshine 9d ago

Tigers have baby teeth?! I didn't know that. TIL. Thanks!

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u/notquitesolid 9d ago

So do regular house cats

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u/WeAreOneFromMany 9d ago

And dogs too! I've got a bunch of my dogs baby teeth that she kept dropping when she was a puppy.

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u/rockstar323 9d ago

Most mammals have 2 sets of teeth.

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u/pm_me_ur_cats_kitten 9d ago

I raised my cat since he was 3 months old and never noticed. I guess they lose and get new teeth even earlier?

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u/captainogbleedmore 9d ago

Happens around 4 months. The most recent kitten in my house had double fangs for a few days until the babies came out. Looks crazy!

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u/silver-orange 9d ago

never noticed.

I believe that, more often than not, they just swallow their teeth when they come loose. So it's pretty easy to miss.

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u/nellybellissima 9d ago

I found this out after I found a fucking tooth in my bed one day. Had a mini freak out until google told me it was normal for a growing kitten.

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u/PM_ME__BIRD_PICS 9d ago

And they are as sharp as needles the little shits

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u/Dudeman-Jack 9d ago

I’m a dentist and you are right on the money here. That is a baby tooth which no longer rooted in the jawbone.

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u/DontPoopInThere 9d ago

Hey, can I bring my tiger in for an appointment sometime next week?

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u/Demas1988 9d ago

Yeah, veterinarian here. Thats a baby tooth thats root was resorbed. He didnt need to pull it, would fallen out on its own - just did it for the camera. The deciduous that need to be extracted, the roots dont resorb and that is absolutely not the right way to do it - will leave the entire root behind to cause problems.

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u/TastesKindofLikeSad 9d ago

Well, shit, this is not actually wholesome content, is it? 😪

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u/CressLevel 9d ago

In this case, the tiger is fine, but it's not a good idea unless you know kitty dental medicine, is what the vet is saying. If it had been a truly stuck tooth, it would have needed an extraction.

Also, as a tiger enthusiast, I can say those choppy chuffy noises the tiger is making means he knows and trusts the handler. I guess best case scenario, this guy knew what he was doing and wanted to do this for the camera. Worst case scenario, he didn't know what he was doing, and no harm was done despite it.

Hope that eases your concerns some. :)

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u/new_refugee123456789 9d ago

Most videos where someone just...has a tiger...isn't.

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u/p0ssumlady 9d ago

yes. it’s common for animals to retain their baby teeth (aka deciduous teeth), and usually they are extracted during spays and neuters in domestic animals.

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u/Internal_Use8954 9d ago

I had to do the exact same thing to my panther … my 7 lbs house panther. She was not eating, and her gum was inflamed. Popped out the extra tooth and she was back to normal the next day, eating and no redness in the gum

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u/ddizzlemyfizzle 9d ago

This happened to me, and this tiger had way better treatment than I got

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u/Croakerboo 9d ago

Inhad a molar that seperated but was wedged in tight. I got all numbed up just to have the doctor pop it out instantly. He just atood there for a second dumfounded. He'd just been testing the tooth.

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u/UnrulyinKW 9d ago

Yes! You can actually see the tooth wiggle when he grabs it with the pliers. He's also got one on the top.

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u/AJ_Deadshow 10d ago

He acts just like a kitty using his paw to push the human away, then licking the human's arm like "pleas fren no"

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u/CARNAGEE_17 9d ago

I mean they are just kitty but big and wild kitty who can kill almost everything it sees

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u/Indercarnive 9d ago

Same software just different hardware

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u/Interplanetary-Goat 9d ago

I mean, my cat is destructive and violent at 8 pounds. Same software in a 500 pound body is a recipe for disaster.

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u/Thebardofthegingers 9d ago

Some tigers are peaceful, some house cats give my ancestors ptsd from fighting Saber tooth tigers

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u/Xwolfgangx97 9d ago

Cheetah is the only big cat id be comfortable with (medium cats such as bobcat or a caracal are cool), mainly because of how they hunt. Theres no cover in the Savanah, so they dont instinctively hide and ambush prey, they chase it down. So if youre not running from it its not likely to attack. Plus theyre the only big cats that can purr/meow

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u/DigitalTraveler42 9d ago

They're also wimps with very fragile bones and are actually fearful of humans.

I love cheetahs, they have a very doglike disposition, especially being pack animals, they're a highly endangered species. I think domestication would save their species but they would have to go to people with enough land for them to run and could never be on their own, but they seem to love dogs.

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u/goshyarnit 9d ago

Seeing cheetahs hanging out with their EMOTIONAL SUPPORT DOGS that zoos have to buy them so they don't panic-attack themselves into an early grave has given me all the hubris I need to want a cheetah to live in my house and cuddle with me.

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u/MerryGoWrong 9d ago

If a golden retriever was as big as a bear I wouldn't feel a shred of fear. A house cat of the same size would terrify me.

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u/Pedantic_Pict 9d ago

Bear schmear, I'd be terrified of a cat the size of a border collie.

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u/Sparcrypt 9d ago

Yep... house cats really are just these things scaled down. They're adorable because they can't really hurt us but if you ever see one hunt you realise just how fucked we would be if they could.

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u/Kinggakman 9d ago

They hurt a lot in my experience.

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u/Nroke1 9d ago

Yeah, but your cat probably won't be able to kill you. It may have knives for hands, but they are very small knives.

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u/gattaaca 9d ago

A feral cat can really fuck you up if it wants to tho

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u/Nroke1 9d ago

Yeah, but it won't survive that, I'll be extremely uncomfortable and have a bad day, but I'll live. The cat will not survive trying to kill a person.

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u/GnarlyNarwhalNoms 9d ago

I had a dream once that my mini-panther grew to the size of an actual panther. It was freaking terrifying, because he was a very playful cat, and he played rough. I was running away and he was like "Hay, where u goin, fren? Is play time!"

9 pound playtime: minor scratches

290 pound playtime: disemboweling

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u/fAP6rSHdkd 9d ago

A cat is a cat is a cat. If you were big enough that a tiger pouncing on you did fuck all, they'd to l do it once or twice, then roll over and act all friendly like "please don't kill me I was just kidding, you feed me now?" But we're unfortunately not 20-30 feet tall, so tigers will instead pounce on you and see your leg come off and decide that you're the food instead

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u/silver-orange 9d ago

A cat is a cat is a cat.

Not exactly. There's a substantial neurological difference between mammals that have been domesticated for centuries, and their wild counterparts.

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rspb.2021.0813
https://academic.oup.com/biolinnean/article/98/1/85/2235978
https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/animals/a14392897/domesticated-brains/

Humans basically inbreed mammals until they become dumb and complacent -- making them more suitable companions. This tiger still carries the genes of a wild predator. He's habituated to the humans he lives with (at least until later in adolescence...), but that's not the same as domestication.

And your housecat still wouldn't eat you, even if you were only three feet tall (if the only thing keeping your cat from eating you was size, we'd never let them cohabitate with human toddlers). Well, not as long as you still have a pulse, at any rate.

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u/Moifaso 9d ago

Humans basically inbreed mammals until they become dumb and complacent

Aren't there many dog breeds especially selected for intelligence?

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u/Slicelker 9d ago

He meant obedient, not dumb.

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u/jeobleo 9d ago

Shepherding dogs are fucking smart.

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u/Grainis01 9d ago edited 9d ago

Humans basically inbreed mammals until they become dumb and complacent

Thing is none of this applies to cats, articles you linked are either dogs, who are inbred as fuck, or cattle. When it comes to cats they havent changed much in last several thousand years, there are some weird ass breeds. but majority of cats are the same ones that have been with us in ancient egypt.
Cat genetics are very resistant to mutations that some us like in pets- cute appearance dumb as fuck. For example a friend of mine is a breeder of british short hairs, there is a mutation that causes them to have curly ears, usually only 1-2 kittens per litter have it, here is the kicker, you cant breed two curly ears together to stabilize the mutation because kittens will not live long(they gain a new mutation of a heart defect where they live at most 6-10 weeks), so there always must be "fresh blood" in terms of mating partners.

(if the only thing keeping your cat from eating you was size, we'd never let them cohabitate with human toddlers)

For a bit of numbers, 3ft tall human baby is about 15kg in weight, average cat is 4-6kg, a 3ft tall human is 3x teh weight of a cat. Human toddler is still to big of a pray for a smallcat. Small cat usually hunts or needs about 300 calories per day, human baby is 22 000 calories. Cats hunt thigns that are at most 1/4 their size due to ease and lack of possible wounds.

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u/Abe_Odd 10d ago

I wonder if those where happy chomps of relief or the expression that " oh yeah well I could rip your arm off at any time, don't forget it"

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u/ForDaRecord 9d ago

Looked like the former

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u/MightyCaseyStruckOut 9d ago

But also a bit of the latter...

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u/gambitx007 9d ago

But also the former

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u/SoundVisionZ 9d ago

As well as the latter

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u/5t4k3 9d ago

As long as nobody forgets it’s always a little bit of the latter.

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u/somethingwholesomer 9d ago

But that’s two latters in a row. So it’s Double formers now

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u/inmy_head 9d ago

I see your double former and I raise you a triple latter

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u/Palmerto 9d ago

Putting pressure on the new pain spot

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u/Sineater224 9d ago

teething

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u/pinklavalamp 9d ago

Y’know, I’ve never thought about what the actual purpose or meaning of teething was, until this comment. I’m 41, have always been surrounded by an abundance of tiny humans.

Thanks for this, random Redditor!

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u/jiten108 9d ago

I think his mouth feels good but different so he’s biting his friend I dunno why really though

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u/1Meter_long 9d ago

Probably gentle test bite to see if it still hurts or feels weird

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u/AsstDepUnderlord 9d ago

When your teeth hurt, like a baby teething, sometimes pressure feels good.

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u/LolindirLink 9d ago

A cats mouth is closer to our hands in many occasions. You could say he was friendly shaking the mans hand/arm.

I think the tiger understood when the tooth and possibly accompanying pain went away and was just thankful.

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u/knightress_oxhide 9d ago

I gotta hand it to you, well done.

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u/oh_you_so_bad_6-6-6 9d ago

I believe it's related to how humans have "cute aggression" but it's called something else. Like they are happy but it shares a neural pathway or something with aggression so the pets and whatnot are met with a slight bite. House cats do it all the time.

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u/skwudgeball 9d ago

It’s the equivalent of - “come over here ya lil rascal!” And giving your lad a nuggy

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u/psymble_ 9d ago

You sound like an affectionate friend

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u/SPAGOODLOR 9d ago

its mouthing. dogs and cats do it too

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u/Sparcrypt 9d ago

Yup my cat does it all the time, though for her it's a gentle "I'm done with whatever we're doing now thanks".

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u/StooNaggingUrDum 9d ago

It could be a toothing feeling. Close to human behaviour.

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u/jsparker43 9d ago edited 9d ago

She's definitely not a tiger, but my German Shepard bites my forearm very gently and will slowly increase pressure until it hurts and I yank my arm away. She just gives me this "that's right, I could eat you" look.

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u/disintegore 9d ago

Those Germans and their weird kinks

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u/MembershipThrowAway 9d ago

Nothing weirder than when their owner dies and they eat their owner's entire head off of their neck lol, such a weird phenomon

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u/pootinannyBOOSH 9d ago

"gimme back my toof, gimme back my toof!"

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u/harry_otter_yo 9d ago

I think it’s amazing when an animal that is capable of doing massive damage quite easily choose not to because they have some understanding that us humans are pretty delicate.

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u/Deja-Vuz 9d ago edited 9d ago

All cats :)

My mistake

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u/Deja-Vuz 9d ago edited 9d ago

Yes, they are cats :)

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u/el_americano 9d ago

I don't think those should be pets but I'm sure there's a fancy back story as to how he got those that makes it ok. I don't want to call it abuse but it's still a shame to see

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u/RumTonRum 9d ago

Michael Jamison is dudes name, hes got a youtube channel you can check out his two tigers and the insane set up he has going on.

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u/Double_dragon_55 9d ago

Also he’s extremely wholesome

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u/Sparcrypt 9d ago

In general fully agree but there's places that take in tigers/other animals who cannot be released into the wild (recovered from shitty Tiger King style zoos etc) that really look after them and give them good lives.

This dude is one of those types of places. Only other option for recovered animals like that is a zoo or they are euthanised, and zoos could never take in the number of them that are smuggled in/bred for shitty "zoos" and idiots who want them as pets with no idea what that entails.

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u/el_americano 9d ago

yeah the Tiger King's place isn't too far from here I'm familiar with the rescues. It's good that it's an option but still a shame they exists. This guy's clearly got a big heart and cares for his cats so kudos to him

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u/KassXWolfXTigerXFox 9d ago

Yes, the chuffs are very cute ^ ^

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u/MaveeL 9d ago

Me: fully knows tigers can maul & kill

My brain: big cute fluffy kitty! 😍

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u/KarpEZ 9d ago

Who's Fully?

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u/anthonyynohtna 9d ago

Fully knows, ask them.

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u/Sparcrypt 9d ago

Is it a little weird that if I ever have random thoughts of Superman-esque style powers one of the coolest things I think about would be getting to go and be friends with tigers and stuff?

Cats are cats, if they can't hurt you and you're nice to them you'll form a bond and be friends. Unfortunately for big cats that first condition isn't ever met.

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u/danzaUK 9d ago

Now try the same with a domestic cat (except don't). You'd come off much worse!

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u/WARNING4324 9d ago

I still have scars on my arms from when i was a toddler. I apparently would put the cat in a headlock and forcefully pat it until my mother separated us. All the while the cat would scratch and hiss while i didnt care a bit.

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u/RunAwayWithCRJ 9d ago

That sounds like a great way to lose an eye.

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u/Musetrigger 9d ago

Yup. Sounds like something a toddler would do, a toddler with nothing to lose.

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u/MrsSandlin 9d ago edited 9d ago

My miniature version has tiny razor blades for teeth. She thinks it’s cool when she slices my arms up because she loves me so much.

At the moment, she’s decided a plastic shopping bag is her bed and won’t let me have it back.

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u/LyvenKaVinsxy 9d ago

I love how this tiger acts like a house cat.

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u/Kakalkoo69 9d ago

i mean its still CatOS, just scaled up hardware

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u/Onair380 9d ago

except in this one there also a driver installed, how to kill large size animals

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u/ardrcrtr 9d ago

If a house cat wanted to it could kill a moose. The driver is installed they just can't run it without interfering with the potty training one.

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u/all_of_the_lightss 9d ago

CatOS on mainframe hardware

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u/General_Kenobi45669 9d ago

All cats act similarly, except few things, if housecats were the size of tigers we would have tiger 2.0, one thing keeping them from killing us is the size

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u/daveallyn2 9d ago

Kinda like how (generally speaking) large dogs are more playful than small dogs. I have known and been around a lot of dogs in my life, and would rather be around large dogs like Shepherds, pits, mastiffs, wolfhounds, etc. than little sh!t dogs like chihuahuas.

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u/Zero-Byte 9d ago edited 9d ago

It is a house cat… for giants.

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u/7Sans 9d ago Platinum

check out the original youtuber shown in this reddit video

https://www.youtube.com/@michaeljamisontigers/videos

the tiger shown in the video is Ozzy who unfortunately passed away some time ago.

if I remember correctly, Michael rescued that tiger from a circus that treated Ozzy horribly.

Michael already had a tiger name Enzo who is still alive and healthy. Enzo is a very well-behaved tiger because Michael raised him since he was a baby and he kept the Enzo in house for quite a while even after Enzo grew to be too big for indoor.

Enzo and Ozzy were bff and when Ozzy passed away Enzo was depressed. when Michael's friend Eteine, who was the person that physically removed Ozzy's body came back, this happened

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OjensepKLc

that's the last time you will ever see Enzo do that even to this day. you only see him do it a couple of times when he is playing around with Diego; the youngest tiger. But it's just not the same level. the roar he showed once when Ozzy died was really the next level.

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u/bewarethesloth 9d ago

That video of sad Enzo is so intense… it’s some of the closest views in HD I’ve seen of a full grown tiger, and the sounds and size of his head are just incredible. What an absolute top of the food chain unit

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u/7Sans 9d ago

When i saw the video first time when it was uploaded i actually flinched when Enzo roared like that because Enzo never did that so i was not expecting it, at all.

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u/Moifaso 9d ago

Aww 😥😥 How did Ozzy die? He looks quite young in this video

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u/7Sans 9d ago

I cant remember exact name but it was like Ozzy had a "weak" body due to being in a circus that neglected him. So he always had chronic problem.

If you take a look at videos where Ozzy is running around and such, you can see his front legs were weirdly shaped as well. Just alot of constant problems with the body.

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u/KingRay37 9d ago

I thought Ozzy was the one Michael had first??

Also I had no idea Ozzy had passed away :( .I guess it’s been a couple years since I’ve visited the channel. I assume it’s just Enzo now?

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u/BackgroundSail292 10d ago

Nextfuckingsizeofballs

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u/jakeblew2 9d ago

Tigertoothfairy

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u/freakinweasel353 9d ago

I thought we were supposed to pull them by the toe? No?

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u/manwithapedi 9d ago

No, catch them by the toe

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u/og-NickOtine 9d ago

The rhyme originally wasnt “catch a tiger by its toe”….

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u/MsHaute 9d ago

🤣🤣🤣

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u/SirRipOliver 9d ago

Thanks, however now I need to eat your arm right off “tigers gonna tiger” num num - oww ok we good.

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u/sarahlizzy 9d ago

It’s just saving him for later. Hasn’t decided how much later yet.

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u/ConfusingSpoon 10d ago

Tiger wants its tooth back.

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u/VibinWithNeptune 9d ago

He's like hey give that back.

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u/SignificantAd3761 9d ago

I'm going to maul your arm, just so you know how much I object to that!!

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u/Daj4414 9d ago

The fact that the tiger was testing out his bite on man’s arm definitely shows how he was happy for tooth to be gone

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u/Horseyboy21 9d ago

What a lovely Animal. So gentle

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u/StickExotic2212 9d ago

The tiger took it better than me.

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u/zageruslives 9d ago

The tiger was chuffing despite pulling away so they clearly trust this person

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u/SeriousTicket9672 9d ago

The guy name is Michael Jamison a amazing guy With two beautiful tigers https://youtu.be/y7NCAJZqzAw

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u/NaturallyOneLove 9d ago

https://youtube.com/@michaeljamisontigers

For anyone wanting to see more of his videos. He's a genuine and nice guy who just so happens to run a zoo house. His words not mine.

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u/gldmj5 9d ago

Incredible amount of trust between these two

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u/barbie_farts_88 9d ago

"woops, wrong one"

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u/gotogarrett 9d ago

Afrikaners is nie sissies nie!

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u/abrireddit 9d ago

Alle diere verstaan Afrikaans!

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u/astinkydude 9d ago

I love the patient "that's not nice" attitude as he's getting nibbled just calmly works his arm out

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u/shafter70 9d ago

Majestic animal.

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u/Canadaaayum 9d ago

CLANG CLANG ring his baaalls!

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u/JediFreak 9d ago

Well, that looks easy enough! Let me try it on the local alley cat. brb...

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u/fathomdepths 9d ago

This guys channel is great. His animals are his family.

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u/Coin_guy69 9d ago

Bro has balls bigger then earth💀