This is a real story about a Women and a Lion.When she was was a teenager and was in high school in the 1970s, her actress mother, Tippi Hedren, and her stepfather, director Noel Marshall makes a film about big cats after returning from a trip to Africa and seeing them in person.An animal trainer, for whatever reason, encouraged them to live with a lion to get a better idea of what they’re like, so they invited Neil, a male lion, into their home.
The result was a male lion named Neil who resided with Griffith’s family. Their life with Neil was well documented by Life magazine, which revealed the family’s everyday life.when Griffiths was just a teen, the bizarre home life of Hedren and her then-husband Noel Marshall is cataloged and shows them sharing their LA house with the giant feline, who was called Neil.
Whoever heard and saw about the friendship of Lion and Hollywood actress Melanie Griffith, was all surprised. Apart from sitting and sitting, Melanie shares the bed with his lion.
Melanie treated that lion like her child. He lovingly named him Neil. Neil is so friendly with Melanie so that he never harmed him. Melanie tells that she sleeps on the same bed in the same house with Neil. They eat food with lions, take a bath and enjoy a lot.
Melanie posted some of her photographs with Neil on social media, people are surprised to see, but people also believe that animals are hungry for love too. If you love them, dangerous animals also become your cute pets.
Now 60 years old, Griffith learned from her experiences with big cats and now runs California’s Shambala Preserve, which was started by Hendren’s Roar Foundation.