A grizzly and a tabby cat met at Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center in Grants Pass, Oregon. Both were orphans. At first they were curious about each other, but curiosity turned to friendship.
A photo clip of a tiger chasing a Labrador piqued my curiosity. It’s another example of interspecies friendship, between animals who grow up together on a sanctuary, with no need to hunt for their food. I doubt their vegetarians, but they have no need to see each other as prey.
This beautiful young bull was headed for slaughter when the animal sanctuary, Gut Aiderbichl, gave him his freedom. His joyous dance has touched millions of hearts.
Damien Aspinall and his daughter Tansy raised Djalta and Bimms, two gorillas born in captivity, at the Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent. The time came to release them into the wild, in the forest of Gabon, West Africa. Several years later, they traveled to the forest to see how the gorillas had fared. What happened there will move you to tears.
This is such a sweet video. Gary Grayson was on a diving trip with his Manchester diving club. They were off the Isles of Scilly when he had this unforgettable experience.
I’ve had horned sheep – not this breed but others. I recognized this one’s fear and distress. The runner who had the courage to rescue him was a stranger. The sheep was too afraid to trust him. But the runner did not give up. Hooray for kindness!
I have never seen a dog playing table tennis (or ping pong, whichever name you prefer). But this dog clearly knows how to hold his own. He probably can’t do spins and smashes, but he’s excellent at volleys.