Does it sound weird to sleep with a cheetah?
Well, it’s just another workday for some animal lovers like Dolph C. Volker. Dolph, a wildlife photographer from the United States, developed a deeper appreciation for animals after his dog passed away while holding it, according to catlov.
He made the decision to use his passion to advance animal welfare ever since. His first volunteer assignment was at the Running Wild Cheetah Conservation in South Africa, where he spent the vacation days he had saved. Cheetahs and other dangerous and endangered cat species are the focus of this large cat refuge for animals.
Dolph was first a little afraid to approach the cheetahs up close, but now the two are good buddies. At the refuge, he has made friends with several cats, including Eden the cheetah. He has grown so close to the creatures that he now refers to himself as ,,The Cheetah Whisperer.”
When Eden approached Dolph as he was having a nap beneath a tree, he was startled to see her. She came straight up to him, took a good look at him, and made the decision to cuddle up to him as if he were a member of her family. Now that they are cuddling, Dolph even allows Eden to nip, lick, and groom him.
There are no limits to this intriguing friendship!
,,I was unaware that cheetahs were so unique. I’ve developed feelings for them. It’s a remarkable species that deserves assistance, backing, and preservation, claims Dolph.” His YouTube account is stocked with cheetah footage since he like working with them.