At the moment, space is tight at the lions' temporary homes. They live at two enclosures, one in Peru and the other in Colombia. They're all waiting for a ticket to Johannesburg.
For now, their cages are linked together, allowing them to run in tunnels. Then they take turns in grassy runs.
"They do enjoy playing with their toys and tires and their bales of hay," Creamer says.
And dreaming of greener pastures. Their once and future home is a continent away, a passage bridged only by compassion.
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