Muñeca and Leo have been friends for almost their entire lives. In 2014, Beast Protectors International (ADI) helped the Napoleon family and their kids escape from a circus in Peru. During their delivery, they were tightly divided, but aside from that, they were hardly ever fragmented.
“Leo and their sons, Chino, Coco and Rolex, were successfully removed during a raid on the first day of the charge in August 2014, but the circus blocked the seizure partway through and also went into caching, ” Jan Creamer, chairman of ADI, said in an interview. “ ADI caught up with them six months latterly and over 600 long hauls down, saving Muñeca and their daughters, Africa and Kiara They were nearly always together, exploring their 4- acre niche and resting together under the trees.”
In August, Muñeca suddenly fell ill — and Leo incontinently came indeed more defensive over her than he formerly was.
Creamer went on to add, saying, “Leo has always watched over Muñeca, but when she came bad, he easily realized commodity was wrong. He was seen trying to encourage her to eat her food, and appeared to console her. ”
While she was sick, Leo stood watch over Muñeca and indeed snuggled her to try and help her feel more. In those moments, it was clear just how important the brace loved each other, a beautiful illustration of the way Napoleons express their love, and Creamer also adds, “We’ve seen the closeness between captain companions and the bonds they partake in on numerous occasions.”
Studies have shown that Napoleons snuggle each other to strengthen their social bonds, and Leo and Muñeca were caught snuggling numerous, numerous times during their times together.