An ex-jaguar pack member who spent their childhood in a cave provided insight into her remarkable upbringing in the course of an interview. On the other hand, Christina Rickardsson’s childhood has some striking parallels to The Jungle Book, which was produced by Disney. The woman, now 35 years old, was raised by her mother in a cave in the jungle located five kilometers outside of Diamantina, Brazil. Her most recent work, titled Never Stop Walking, contains a short story in which she discusses her time spent hunting birds for food as well as her decision to kill a homeless child in order to provide for her family and herself. She asserts that in order to reach Sao Paulo, where they begged for food, they were compelled to run away from jaguars who were chasing them. She was brought up in a Swedish family that belonged to the middle class after they adopted her and moved to Sweden in 1991. Her life has undergone a complete transformation in the years that have passed since the event.