Nov 05, 2010 09:00 PMTV Network - Animal Planet
People like animals. You can't fault people for wanting pets, the idea of a pet is very comforting. What isn't really understandable is why someone would want to bring a deadly animal into their home as a pet. Whenever we watch this series we marvel at the sorts of pets some people have. Take tonight's finale for instance, it's about bulls. Can you imagine having a bull as a pet? Aren't you sort of just asking for trouble? You really probably are. And in case you don't believe us, just watch the episode and see for yourself.
Feb 22, 2013TV Network - Animal Planet
It has been a full two months since "Fatal Attractions" aired its last new episode. That one dealt with pet hyenas (they're 'no laughing matter'), and as amusing as that may have been, we're more looking forward to tonight's episodes (oh yes, back-to-back episodes tonight), the first one of which deals with a bear farm and the second with tigers. Frankly, we had no idea that you could grow bears on a farm. We thought they were strictly city pets. Oh well, live and learn. Or, maybe that's backwards, the goal of this series is to have us learn so that we may live.
Mar 11, 2011TV Network - Animal Planet
We are, as we may have suggested last time we spoke of this series, constantly amazed by it. There are people out there who feel as though keeping a deadly pet is not only okay, but a really good idea as well. Keeping certain kinds of pets can result in grievous injury (or death) to the owner, loved ones, and anyone who may be foolish enough to come by for a visit, but people do it anyway. Tonight we get our final tales (tails?) for the season of deadly animals as pets, so prepare to be shocked and amazed one last time.
Feb 13, 2011TV Network - Animal Planet
We have told you about this show before, but because it's the season two premiere we're going to do it again. This series is focused on people who have opted - for reasons no one quite understands - to have deadly animals in their homes. These individuals (and families) refer to said animals as 'pets,' but all too often the truth of it is that these animals have no place in a person's home and things can go horribly awry when the wild is brought inside. Up tonight is a story about a tiger in New Jersey. It may be interesting, but it won't be pretty.