While some of the tiger sanctuaries in Thailand have come under fire for sedating the tigers and keeping them collared and chained, Tiger Kingdom does neither. Granted, you have to sign your life away when you enter the facilities, but the tigers are accustomed to humans from a young age, and tolerate visits in smaller spurts. Of course, they are still tigers, which is why part of my finger stayed in Tiger Kingdom. No matter, the visit was worthwhile, as evidenced by the majestic creature below, a 1 year old tiger named...Pancake.
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