In her youth, Lydia went on a tour of Africa, where she found a female lion cub, limping and alone. She coaxed the cub into the Land Rover with food, checked it’s paw, removing a large stick from between its toes pads.
A few years later Lydia, visiting a wild game park in California, saw a lioness she believed recognized her. The lioness stood by her Prius, raising it’s formerly injured paw.
Knowing it was the same animal she’d helped, she got out and approached it. Subsequently, the lioness mauled her to death.
The moral: don’t be stupid like Lydia.