A puma as a well-cared-for house cat
One couple shares a tiny flat with an enormous and strange buddy. In addition to its tremendous size, the 90-pound puma is known by another name
He goes by the name of Messi and is one of the most well-known soccer players in history.
At the Penza Wildlife Park, Mariya and Alexander first looked over Messi, the cat. The gorgeous cat, who was so wonderful, was just a year old.
One of the three kittens born at the zoo was him. To honor Russia’s hosting of 4 World Cup games, two other players, Suarez and Neymar, also received legendary player names.
Messi was only 3 months old when they took him to the Saransk Zoo. When he was there, he then endured excruciating health problems.
At first sight, Mariya and Alexander fell head over heels for the cat. So they decided to apply to the park for permission to buy him.
According to his wife Mariya, Aleksandr, 38, “typically dreamed about having a lynx – never actually a puma.” He has always wanted a large cat.
We believe that having this cat is a part of our destiny, even though it’s difficult to put into words.
In any case, the family’s main concern was keeping Messi under control. The puma turned into a wild animal and needed medical attention.
He wanted a lot of attention and was quite frail, Mariya said.
And nothing could stop our unexpected request, Mariya told the Mirror. “We spent three days debating whether this was moral to retain a cat and if it was basic decency to get one.
After that, we started talking about getting Messi on the park. When they agreed, we were surprised. In any case, the Dmitriev family faced serious difficulties in trying to care for Messi.
The cat was not just a wild animal, but also needed medical attention. He needed a lot of attention and was rather fragile, Mariya said.
Like any other pet, Messi need a ton of love and care. It requires a lot of activity as well. His human parents bought him a special coat and harness so they could get him to start walking.