Noble deeds should always be justified
30-year-old Alexander was working in a zoo. He was told to look after a leopard cub. Seemed it was taken from his mother too soon.
The cub clearly missed his mother and even began to refuse to eat. The zoo itself was preparing for closure. The fate of the animals “hung in the air.”
Alexander decided to buy the animal out of sympathy. He had to spend quite a lot of money on treatment and remodeling a free room in the apartment for the new roommate. In 3 years of cohabitation, the man found a common ground with Caesar.
The man gave the animal a place in his apartment to save him.
It is categorically not recommended to an average person do such thing, especially, for pleasure. There was no other way out in his situation, but it now takes a lot of daily effort.
Noble acts should always be justified and committed consciously!