A Jaguar & Fool
“There is climbing involved.
It’s not something that is easily done,”
“Woman in her 30s returned to the zoo to apologise after she was treated in hospital for her injuries”
“The barrier surrounds the entire exhibit, creating a buffer of several feet (metres) from the enclosure, zoo spokeswoman Kristy Morcom told Fox 10.
“There is climbing involved. It’s not something that is easily done,” Morcom said. “These are wild animals and those barriers are put there for a reason.” ”
[Jaguar attacks woman who climbed Arizona zoo barrier to take a selfie | US news | The Guardian]
[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]
When a wise person sees danger ahead, he avoids it.
But a foolish person keeps going and gets into trouble.
Being a fool is a sin that can be repented of.
The wise often meet fools, but they know never to disdain such ignorant individuals. The truly wise man or woman, (there are no wise “its”), understand they too were, At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one another. (Titus 3:3)
Hopefully, this woman will continue forward to repent of being a fool so that God can create a wise woman.
Being a fool is a matter to feel guilty about, then fully repented of.
However, an unrepentant fool is unbearably worthy of the fires of hell.
Hopefully, prayerfully this woman will get her eyes off her selfie-self and look up towards a holy God and repent.
Keep in mind that God never accepts an “apology.”
[ Warning ]
If you turn to God and ask Him to make you wise prepare to become mighty uncomfortable at first.
One only receives wisdom from God by first having experienced selfie-self crushing rebukes.
If you had responded to my rebuke,
I would have poured out my heart to you
and made my thoughts known to you.
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“She had “crossed a barrier” to get closer to the female jaguar’s enclosure when the animal lashed out.
Footage filmed by one witness shows the bleeding woman writhing with pain with severe lacerations to her arm.
Zoo bosses are now probing the attack after acknowledging that the woman climbed over the barricade.
They said in a statement: “We regret to inform that this evening, before closing there was an incident reported involving a guest, who crossed over the barrier to get a photo, according to eye witnesses.
The visitor sustained non-life threatening injuries to their arm from one of our female jaguars. At the request of the family, paramedics were called. At no time was the animal out of its enclosure. ”
[Woman mauled by jaguar while trying to take a selfie with it at a zoo]