Kevin Pietersen shares an adorable video of him feeding a leopard cub

Kevin Pietersen shares an adorable video of him feeding a leopard cub

He adopted the leopard in Raipur, Chhattisgarh.

Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen. (Photo Source: Instagram)

English cricketer Kevin Pietersen has been very vocal about his opinions on the wildlife. He has been working for the cause of the wildlife protection in the recent times. Pietersen, who has not featured in the English side ever since his fallout with the national board, is one of the most active cricketers on the social media.

Recently, KP shared an adorable video of him feeding a baby leopard. This was in reference to his act of kindness for the wildlife. Kevin Pietersen arrived in India to adopt a young leopard. He adopted the leopard in Raipur, Chhattisgarh. The orphaned baby leopard looks very adorable in the post that KP shared on his official social media handle.

In the video, KP is seen feeding the cub. He also had a caption to go along with the short video that he posted. “HAPPINESS IN THIS! How beautiful is this baby Leopard????”, Kevin Pietersen captioned the video.

Watch the video of Kevin Pietersen feeding the young leopard here:

HAPPINESS IN THIS! How beautiful is this baby Leopard????

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Interestingly, Pietersen had announced the news of his new adoption a week ago on the social media. He had expressed his concerns over the reckless killing of the leopards in India. He had cited that as many as 40 leopards have been killed in the month of January in India. A large portion of these killed leopards was by the actions of the poachers.

“I’ve adopted this little orphaned Leopard in Raipur, India. The opportunity came up a couple weeks ago & when I saw 40 leopards were killed in Jan in India & 1/3 by poachers, I decided to try and help. I’m visiting India next week to meet him! Guess what I’ve called him?” KP had posted earlier.

Kevin Pietersen has been actively posting for the cause of the wildlife. He is also a part of the initiative that is conserving the habitats of the Rhinos. The initiative is named as SORAI (Save Our Rhinos Africa/India).

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