Chris Weller shares his two up, two down in Kent with one of the most ferocious beasts on the planet. Chris has spent £20 thousand converting his house to accommodate Caesar, the crocodile, who has free run of the downstairs living room and even has his own tv and radio. With prime cuts of salmon for tea, Caesar is living the life of an Emperor. Chris isn't the only Brit brave enough to keep a Dangerous Wild Animal as a pet. Jim and Chris Pether are the proud owners of Slash, the Komodo dragon, a 20 stone killer with a taste for people. A single bite from a komodo's venomous mouth could leave Chris fighting for her life, but that doesn't stop her puckering up with Slash. In Gloucester, Patricia Butler-Jennery and her sons live with Kismet the serval, an African predator that is a more efficient killer than a lion but likes to play in the bedroom with the kids. While over in Devon, Andre Tanner shares her life and her bed with wolf-hybrid Coosa but is afraid that her beloved animal might be on his last legs. Terry Moore is also fearful for the welfare of his dangerous wild animal, Pudding the Lynx, who might have been poisoned.