• The urge to pet is to great, not sure it's
worth losing a hand though.
& Justin E. Ray @jrayOS -
2d
Hey, you.
This is important
Cheetahs don‘t roar, they meow like
housecats.
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    • Except when they do roar and it's the most terrifying thing
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    • God put us on this earth with the sole purpose of petting his creatures. Let’s ruin cheetahs like we did wolves so we don’t lose digits in the process.
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    • Listen do you really NEED two hands??
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    • My cat loving dumb ass would have definitely tried to pet him. Even if he bit my hand off my stubborn ass would be like “aw the cute little guy just plays a little rough” and then I would try to pet him with my other hand...
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    • Cheetahs aren’t very aggressive. They know when something is more of a danger to them than they are to it. They’re actually one of the most antisocial and nervous animals there is.
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    • Correct me if im wrong but arent cheetas actually very chill compared to other big cats? Dont get me wrong they will fuck you up, but compared to a leopard for example, cheetas are actually very friendly.
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    • I’m sorry but I’m literally fucking retarded I would pet it there’s no fucking way I could resist and I’d just have to live with the consequences.
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    • If you think about it, If Lions, Tigers, Cheetas, all big cats could figure out if they just act cute and not hostile long enough for our dumb human brains to want to pet them they could literally have their food walk up to them and then they could attack and eat us. It would work every freaking tim
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    • I don't see vicious. I see...
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    • Touch the Murder Kitten
      BOOM_2000 13 aug
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    • I desire to pet the forbidden cat
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    • It's licking it's lips whike talking to you.... Sure go ahead get closer... Maybe you can out run it...
      JimDude 13 aug
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    • Yup I’m losing a hand
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    • They have no FUCKING RIGHT to be that cute and then try to eat you
      kkteal 13 aug
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    • I would definitely risk losing a hand to pet this cute motherfucker
      DeSkitz 16 aug
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    • Do the roar
      meatwrap 15 aug
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    • He obviously wants pets give him pets you monsters
      NovacAnon 14 aug
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    • *looks at hand, looks at over sized speedy cat*.....I MEAN I DONT NEED BOTH HANDS TO JERK OFF RIGHT?!?
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    • Fun fact cheetahs and other felines don’t actually meow in the wild, they only do it so that they can communicate with us
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    • So hear me out, cheetahs in the police force. Just wait before you leave, they are pretty docile, have amazing agility and speed, and its a fucking cheetah. Thinking on it why aren't more animals in the police force?
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    • Totally worth losing a hand
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    • Cheetahs can actually love to be pet if domesticated. However, other cats like cougars and jaguars are much more aggressive towards humans and will attack when your back is turned even if they've known you all their lives
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    • It’s because their vocal cords aren’t designed to make low resonating roars like lions, they traded deeper chords for wider and deeper nostrils so they can breathe normally and not overheat when they go into high speed chases
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    • Not the sound I expected them to make but I’m not disappointed
      DumbassBird a month
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    • Fucking pet them I dont give a fuck if I lose a hand, I will at least know that I pet a cheetah
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    • I want to give it chin scratches
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    • Do the roar
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    • yeet losers
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    • I woundnt care anymore I want to say I pet a cheetah I would risk it
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    • You can’t tell me that cheetah don’t want some lovins
      5arah 14 aug
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    • Cheetahs arent that hostile tho, only when you provoke then or they are outright starving. I'd risk my hand tho, even if there is the slim chance I'd lose it.
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    • Cheetahs are also the only species of big cats that can actually purr
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    • *heading off to get a pet cheetah*
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    • If they are tamed, then there isn’t really a problem.
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    • Introducing the cheetah. The least intimidating thing that will eat you alive.
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    • Yoshi sounding shit
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    • A cheetah would more likely offer you a bag of cheesy snacks than bite you
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    • My cats came up to me and sniffed my phone while this was playing
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    • Cheetahs are also the only big cat that purs. Its because the the cheeta is part of the felinae family and Lions and Tigers are in the pantherinae family of cats
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    • This is even more terrifying when you realize that cats only learned to meow to mimic how human babies sound and abuse the fact that humans love cats. I bet cheetahs purr too
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    • Cheetahs are the wolrds largest member of the small cat family, which is defined by the ability to purr
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    • noons sound like Yoshi
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    • Cheetahs are nervous animals
      ewuh 13 aug
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    • Translation: Yo terry I bet you three gazelle’s I can get this dumbass to stick his hand out and try to pet me
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    • Meowing is only used when near humans to get attention. It’s meant to mimic a baby in distress. It’s safe to bet a noon was getting baited so it could snag some grub
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    • Cheetahs are actually very timid African cats. They’re made for hunting on large open plains and are not ambush predators so if you are in a cage with one there’s little reason for you to be afraid unless you provoke them.
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    • Cheetahs actually have insanely high anxiety levels so if they come up to you and communicate via meowing then they are probably desperately looking for affection and will want to be pet like any other cat. 10/10 would pet those big boys
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    • I would pet it. They would only bite you if they were starving or saw you as a danger. My sister is a zookeeper, and once after it closed I visited and she got me to go into the Cheetah cage. They’re pretty friendly. I would probably put some peanut butter on my dick and let the cheetah lick it off
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    • 100% worth losing hand. I have.
      Dustyyy 18 aug
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    • They are obviously asking for pets
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    • Yes 100% worth loosing a hand over
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    • I’d honestly risk it
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    • One time I meowed at one and he/she meowed back ☺️☺️
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    • The forbidden boop
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    • The forbidden Kitty
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    • Cats only meow in an attempt to communicate with humans. They rarely meow to each other. Feral cats rarely, if ever, meow
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    • Agree to disagree, a hand is a fair trade for petting a cheetah
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    • I would. Fuck my hand
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    • Yeah it’s worth losing a hand
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    • Cheeto
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    • Bro I'm a big dude. Manly man type of man. But that shit melts my heart and I would risk losing my fuckin hand to pet that adorable fucker right on his head
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    • It’s so worth losing a hand
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    • I have decided I don’t need a hand
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    • Yeah, I would die because I would want to pet it 😂
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    • Wont lie I honestly tried to teach my cat to roar by showing her many videos of lions roaring and then was deeply disappointed when I found out that its impossible for a regular not big cat to roar
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    • That meow sounds so sarcastic in my opinion 🤨
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    • Prepare a tourniquet I’m going in!
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    • Totally worth it
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    • Damnit I so wanna pet that nice kitty
      jamez1 14 aug
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    • Bruh I still would stick my hand out no matter what
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    • Just let it with a stick and if it goes with it then you can pet it. I've cuddled a cheetah before. That was in a sanctuary but still got for it!
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    • When they do roar, it's more like a screech that immediately alerts you that you are two seconds away from destination fucked
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    • MOW!
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    • I hear Yoshi
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    • I always thought they said “it ain’t easy being cheesy”
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    • Chances are it wouldn’t bite you anyways. They’re dummy docile, and save all their energy for fucking up gazelles and whatnot
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    • Fun fact, cheetahs are not big cats. They are the last surviving line in the genus Acinonyx. Big cats are in the genus Panthera
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    • So just like housecats they meow only to humans and not to each other
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    • Well if cats meow because they want attention from humans then that must mean the cheetah wants to be pet
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    • Cheetahs are arguably the most docile of the big cat species. They like cuddles and attention. Probably could go ahead and pet it with a low risk of injury but the risk is still there
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    • Yes house cats with level 1000 agility.
      kansoacho 13 aug
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    • Thats the yoshi tongue noise
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    • They do have a roar, it goes NYOOOOM when they run.
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    • I actually just finished a month long program volunteering to re-wild and release cheetahs into the wild. I can tell you first hand that they have the widest variety of sounds I've ever heard from an animal. On top of meowing, they also make dog-like barking sounds, and bird-like chirps
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    • Go to the Australia zoo and you can pet a cheetah. They are quite friendly when they have their dairy treats.
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    • That's how they bait you.
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    • it's fucking worth it
      Robutt_ 13 aug
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    • Forbidden cats
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    • Worth. Pet death kitty.
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    • I'd say worth the loss of digits.
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    • Pet them, its worth the fingers
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    • Cheetahs are actually quite friendly compared to other big cats. 🤷🏻‍♂️ they’re one of the only big cats that are docile. Doesn’t mean you should fuck with it, they’re still wild animals; but they are quite docile.
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    • Now I want to see a cheetah sitting on someone's chest purring like a good housecat
      ravak 13 aug
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    • Cheetahs are just fast house cats
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    • I must pet
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    • Forbidden kitty
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    • I'd pet
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