The cheetah climbs into a safari vehicle.

Wildlife enthusiasts’ dreams come true when they meet wild animals up close, but this Irish tourist didn’t get as close as he should have. After a cheetah got too close to the man on safari in Kenya, he had the best surprise of his life when he saw it. I can’t watch because it makes my heart beat so hard.

Mickey McCaldin from Ireland was on a safari trip when the group of cars came across the most famous cheetah family in the Masai Mara, which is where they were. Everyone was looking at the beautiful cats, but some got closer than they should have. They didn’t seem to mind the humans at all. One of the cheetahs jumped right into the backseat of a car, though.

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While it might seem like cheetahs are very cute and even friendly, they are fearless predators who could kill you at any moment. Then you can figure out what you would do if you came face-to-face with this wild animal. So, not surprisingly, McCaldin, sitting there, couldn’t think of any more reactions to give. In front of McCaldin, a good friend named David Horsey was taking a picture. McCaldin was very excited about the picture.

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Kenyan Horsey told Caters News: “I’ve lived in Kenya all my life, and I haven’t seen anything like this.” “He [the cheetah] was just not afraid of getting up close and personal,” says the teacher. In the beginning, Mickey was very calm. He was worried that it might try to sit on his lap, so he was perturbed about it. It’s not something you’d want to do to a cat.

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McCaldin thought it was long before the cheetah got out of the car. Then, a group of wild cats looked at the tourists from a short distance before going their separate ways.

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When it got tired of Mickey, the 62-year-old Horsey said, “it turned away and looked outside for a while.” “It just came out after.”

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