Remember this awesome video of a tiger and a goat being best friends from a few months ago?
But rather than be devoured, the fearless goat — later named Timur — befriended the big cat. Cue "awwws" and probably a Disney film or something in the future.
But not everyone is as enamored with this heartwarming tale of friendship between a feline and an ungulate. Russian lawyer Alexei Krestianov, from Novosibirsk, is one of them.
In a ~lengthy~ post on Facebook, Krestianov — which we're pretty sure translates to "Crankypants" — says that all coverage of Timur and Cupid should be banned because it could make kids want to be gay.
He also says their “non-traditional co-habitation” is “an intrusion into the private lives of underage citizens and covert gay propaganda, as well as an active imposition of homosexuality,” which is a totally normal thing to think about a tiger and goat.
Krestianov's bleating is moot for now, it seems, as the park announced in a post online that the two have been temporarily separated so that the goat can undergo veterinary care.
Hayes Brown is a world news editor and reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.