Do you think if you give up an animal back to the wild where it belongs will it remember you?
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It will be at your door; 'giving an animal back to the wild', means it will starve.
One cannot ask it to assume all the self feeding and self protection mechanisms destroyed by having rescued and sheltered it.
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Every animal is different. Of course, any of the sea creatures are gone when released although I believe even with the big open sea, there might be a rare incidence of an animal staying around.
I believe most animals will go on their way. I have raised any number of little creatures that I have released and they waved their tuschis in good by. I never saw them again. I had to wish them well and swallow my disappointment. By the same token, there's Born Free and other documented cases where a bond remained.
I do believe, however, that taking care of a wild animal does remove some of their fear of humans - and that is detrimental to the animal. Most humans don't harm them but, as we all know, there are others that will.
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If the question is a metaphor for a bad husband experience, then yes I think he will remember you. If it is about an animal like say a pet wolf or lion, then I think when they see you again they might remember you, so either way, I vote yes.
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That depends how long you have kept that animal. If you have kept it for a long time then it might remember you when it sees you. On the other side, if that animal only has been with you for a very short time then I doubt it will ever know who you are.
Animal is animal. But dogs have a better sense of recognition.
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Total Answers: 5, Total Page Views: 441.I've seen amazing footage of a lion that was raised by a woman until it was too big. She didn't release it into the wild, but into some kind of wild animal home I think. She went back to see it and it went beserk with pleasure at the sight of her, jumped up, put its forepaws around her neck. It was so beautiful.
If I had looked after the animal for a long time, so that we'd had time to bond, I think it would remember me if I released it back to the wild. I like to think it would, anyway.
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