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The Little Gray Bird Rescues Zeus, A Bengal Tiger. Part 3.

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Sarah : The Little Gray Bird.
Sarah : The Little Gray Bird.

Thursday, June 16, 2011



It was on a Sunday around noon when Sarah was enjoying dinner at her mom , and dad's home somewhere in the vicinity of Paris, France. Sarah is also and accomplished Engineer , and Pilot. She is licensed to pilot Air Force One if need be, if ever and emergency calls for her assistance.

Sarah , and her crew flew to Paris in her Leer jet. While having dinner with her family she received a telephone call from New York city from the commander of the New York City Police Department . A terrible thing happened in the city. The city's zoo had an escapee. The most dangerous Bengal Tiger that ever walked the face of the earth , called Zeus, escaped from his cage in the zoo, and hundreds of people in Central Park ran for their lives when they realized the cat calls , and roars were from a full grown jungle tiger.

This tiger was twice as large , and was very hungry, and wanted his freedom , and it was time for him to find a mate. Zeus was in search of a female Bengal Tiger, so this magnificent creature roared, whinnied , and stirred up a whole world of worry in Central Park.

Among other skills, Sarah has a PHD in Zoology. For two years she lived in the wild among wild Bengal tigers in the tropical jungles. This is where she learned the mating calls , behaviors, and rituals of the jungle tiger, and when it would be the right moment to place tigers together in order for them to mate.

Sarah has her own Bengal tiger named Tina. Tina is and adult full grown fully clawed, and fanged female white tiger so it became important for Sarah to bring Tina to her future mate anyhow.

It did not take long for Zeus to realize that Tina was in the park , once she was guided on a long leash by Sarah , into Zeus's territorial whereabouts. For safety first , Sarah brought along her high powered rifle that fired only one dart that would put Zeus out instantly if he tried to attack her. Sarah is and avid animal rights advocate as well, and would never take a wild animal down unless it was absolutely necessary.

The New York city SWAT team remained armed , and in a state of readiness as well, just in case Sarah would not make it to the cage with the two tigers behind her, on her way back.

Sarah, and her team of well trained professionals came in with and army plane capable of carrying the cage , a very large one that was camouflaged by tree limbs, and large piles of brush so that Zeus would not be spooked by the presence of the steel bars of the cage.

Once the cage was set up , opened , and prepared for Zeus, Sarah took a walk in the park with Tina by her side. In no time at all, Zeus appeared , and followed Tina, and Sarah into the walk in cage.

Everyone in the entire SWAT team was very happy. They hated to harm Zeus, so they were so thrilled that Sarah rescued Zeus before he hurt anyone.

All Sarah had to do was to walk out of the back of the cage, and to leave Tina With Zeus for a few days.

Months later, Tina became the mother of four baby Bengal Tigers. And as for Zeus, he won his freedom because Sarah released Tina , and Zeus , and their cubs into a natural habitat, far away from humans, but where Sarah could feed them, as they gradually learned to hunt again in the wild.

Sarah missed her Tiger Tina, but it was best that Tina have a life of her own with her mate Zeus. Ever so often the tigers, and their cubs were visited , and even examined by vetenarians to make sure that the animals were all right.





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    • stars439 profile imageAUTHOR

      stars439 

      7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Silver Poet : I agree with you. I think it is wonderful when animals can live in their natural habitat. I think I may rewrite this little story, and put Zeus in a natural habitat. I think Sarah the little gray bird is for nature too. Like the musketeers would have it, " All for one, and one for all." Back to nature Zeus goes.

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      Silver Poet 

      7 years ago from the computer of a midwestern American writer

      Interesting and unusual tale. Tigers are beautiful in their proper place. I sincerely wish people would not farm them for their furs or try to keep them as pets. Keeping one or two in a zoo is different, as that's educational and can benefit tigers in the wild by helping folks learn about them.

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      stars439 

      7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear marcoujor : Thank you for writing precious heart. Just another little silly story. God Bless you , and wishing you and your family a lovely Sunday, and weekend.

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      Maria Jordan 

      7 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

      stars439,

      Whew!! There is much to be said for a little further education! This little gray bird is amazing!

      Voted UP & FAB-- hope you have a beautiful weekend, mar!

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      stars439 

      7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Phoenix : Thank you for visiting, and glad the rain stopped for a while near you. It wasn't too hot today around us either. I spent the day cleaning the bathroom so that a plumber can have space to work in next month. Goodnight, and God Bless You Precious Heart.

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      Poohgranma 

      7 years ago from On the edge

      A lovely story and who doesn't love a happy ending.

      Are you and your family staying cool down there? We're doing fine in Iowa. It finally quit raining for a couple of days anyway.

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