However, due to the stresses and worries in life, some people have unintentionally suppressed their excitement. One day, when everything is going well, they realize that this is not the life they desire.
And it is these people who make the most important decisions of their lives. They are willing to give up everything to achieve their goals.
Dean Schneider, a 27-year-old Swiss man, has dedicated his life to animal welfare! My wife is a hyena, and I am the father of two monkeys. He currently lives in Africa with a lion pride. Besides, He has been building a global voice for the creatures of our planet over the past two years!
In launching this project, Dean hopes to make people worldwide aware of the danger these animals facing humans. The kind-hearted and dedicated man posts educational videos about wildlife to help people understand their situations.
Two years ago, the young man made a decision that stunned his family, friends and workplace. He quit his high-paying job, sold everything he owned, and moved to Africa to help save wild animals.
Dean has a soft spot for animals. Since he was a child, he has grown to appreciate and respect wildlife. He does everything to follow his dream – rescue and care for as many wild animals as he can. He finds every effort worth it!
The Ʀᴇfᴜɢᴇ covers 400 hectares of land. It is now home to lions, zebras, hyenas, monkeys, snakes, iguanas and cheetahs, among other animals. Because it is guarded by six officers guarding them, the private zoo provides shelter for these wild species.
“For several reasons, including superstition and traditional medicine, po.ach.ers sell animal nails and teeth on the underground market. Dean said, “And these are sold in both the United States and Asia.”
Some people were confused as to why Dean didn’t return some of these animals to the wild. The young man assumed that the captive animal could only live in the wild to a certain extent. They can’t h.unt.
“My mission is to educate as many people as possible about the environment and animal wonders. I believe in the power of facts, emotions, and visual stories to change people’s minds and save animals,” says Dean.