Are those tigers in a Rolls-Royce? Owner takes his huge cats for a spin!

<i>Image: Youtube<i>
<i>Image: Youtube<i>

Russia - Owning a car as luxurious as a Rolls-Royce Phantom would no doubt prompt you to be extra careful when using it, right?

Well that's not the case when it comes to owner Michael Zaretsky and his huge pets.

Those are huge cats!

According to his YouTube channel, Zaretsky rescues, treats and looks after abandoned predators. He is said to have been training animals for 17 years and actively engages in the "House of Tigers", a haven for abandoned, cured and rescued apex predators such as lions and tigers. 

His work attracted the interest of many users on social media, even grabbing the attention of A-list celebs.

A video recently emerged on Instagram of Zaretsky loading a Rolls-Royce Phantom with two of his pet tigers.

Check out the clip below: 

taking the dogs out ??more here ?? @luxuryism ??

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Zaretsky with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather: 

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