Two Neglected Tigers Are Seeing Water For The First Time - And It's Heartwarming.

Meet Carli and Lily, two tigers who were confiscated by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in the United States. They were in a very bad shape and were malnourished, frightened, neglected and sat their whole life in a cage, something were tigers absolutely not belong. Thankfully, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), set them free and searched for a new home for these two biggies. The Tigers were part of 19 exotic animals that were rescued a year ago from a facility in New York.

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This heartwarming video shows how the tigers are released into their new home. They here learned how to swim. They installed cameras in their residence so you can see how the two animals react to their first water adventure.

Although many water was pretty scary, Lily takes a dive. Tiger Carli finds it all a bit scary, but you can see that her mate is trying to persuade her to also jump into the water.

Meanwhile, the animals are doing well and are spending their time in the "Safe Haven Rescue Zoo 'in Nevada.


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