Justin Bieber just learned the hard way, warned by animal authorities.

It’s Justin Bieber once again stood in the news feed for posing photographs with big jungle cats. During his visit to Toronto city, JB has been warned officially by the authorities. Toronto animal authorities have sent a notice of violation along with a request for compliance.

Justin Bieber served a notice against cuddling lion cubs on camera. This 22-year-old is caution about it’s illegal to have exotic cats in city limits and to mind similar behaviour in future. Bieber spotted in a photograph one cuddling a lion cub and another posing with a Bengal tiger during his father engagement party in Toronto.

Animal rights organisation slammed the Bowmanville Zoo for providing the big cats. Earlier his pet monkey was confiscated by customs officers, and it made news in 2014. Justin argued that he got all his papers assuring it’s a circus monkey. PETA condemned singer’s act saying “behind every cute photo of a celebrity with an exotic animal is likely a sad story of an animal getting captured and shipped around the world for amusement, We’re calling on Justin and his family never to use animals as selfie props or party entertainment again.”

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Bieber is facing five counts of cruelty for whipping a tiger recently, three weeks ago. He supposedly posed with the baby lion whose been seen at his father engagement party. It’s high time for Bieber to apologise for branding the exotic-animal trade.

It is reported Bieber met a millionaire businessman Alex Haditaghi and claimed to adopt one of the creatures. “I was amazed how great he was with animals, how caring he was”. Alex explained how Bieber is keen about staying in animal life. He also mentioned it might be an adoption or sponsorship. This 38-year-old is planning to open an animal sanctuary in Arizona or Canada and opted Justin would be a great protagonist.

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