Tiny kitten miraculously survives being mauled by tigers and becomes a royalty’s pet

Emirati Princess Latifa adopted a stray kitten after it miraculously survived being mauled by her tigers. 

The 35-year-old Emirati Princess Latifa recently shared footage of three of her Royal Family’s tigers playing around with a helpless tiny kitten on her Instagram page.

As per Daily Mail, upon seeing the distressing scene, two animal keepers rushed to help the poor cat. At this point, one of the tigers quickly grabs it with its jaws and runs away. The three massive cats then begin toying around with the kitten, while it desperately tries to escape their ambush.

Thankfully, the animal keepers eventually managed to save the cat from its much bigger bullies. Princess Latifa commented:

“The brave miracle kitten🐱✨

This little stray got into one of the tiger enclosures and was caught by the tigers 🤦🏻‍♀️🥺 She’s doing well now and won’t be a little stray anymore!❤️❤️❤️

The animal lover royalty shared images of the stray, revealing its stunning brown-blue eyes. 

Credits: Instagram

As the princess states herself, her IG profile is filled with pictures of her pets. Others show her father, Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, along with loving captions from his daughter. 

In contrast with her loving captions, however, the princess previously sparked an international concern after trying to escape the UAE by yacht in March 2018. What’s more, earlier this year footage emerged of her claiming she was being held “hostage” at her father’s palace.

Credits: Instagram

The Sheikh’s sixth wife, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, who fled to London in 2019, also slammed him with similar accusations. They are involved in a bitter custody dispute over their children at the High Court in the British capital.

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