Labrador Comes Face To Face with A Huge White Lion, but The Lion Grabs Her Leg

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Camila the chocolate Labrador grew up in the company of some of the fiercest wild beasts in Mexico’s “The Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation” sanctuary.

However, her inseparable bond with Miki the white lion is one of a kind! Despite their striking differences, Miki and Camila are two peas in a pod who devotedly stick together through thick and thin.


This video captures one of the rare instances when Camila and Miki have a minor falling-out during their playtime. Owing to his inherently feisty temperament, Miki is the first one to stomp off the scene. But Camila patiently lingers by the enclosure and waits for her silly buddy to calm down.

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As expected, Miki feels bad about being mean and soon returns to his tail-wagging doggie friend with a sorry look on his face. The beautiful lion adorably hangs his head in remorse as he comes closer to Camila and gently grabs her paw.

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In an endearing gesture to seek forgiveness, he kisses her paw and begs her to forget their petty squabble. Aww!


Being loyal to a fault, Camila is obviously not one to hold grudges. It’s all water under the bridge for her as she brushes aside the issue and engages the still-sulking Miki in a game of chase. The affection between these contrastingly unconventional friends is baffling on so many levels!

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Click the video below to watch Miki and Camila’s unconventional love shining through in their little apology encounter!

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