Some people exude love. This little girl does. A newborn fawn stumbles into her yard and knows instinctively she can be trusted.
We don’t know what happened next so can only hope the doe found her wandering baby. But the sweetness of the child’s gentle response to a lost baby will likely stay with her as she grows.
I admit it. I’m a sucker for animal videos like this. Harry is a drake with a strong mothering instinct. When five abandoned kittens arrive in the shelter, Harry tucks them under his wings and loves them to pieces. He’s just one of those creatures in whom a big heart encompasses whoever needs loving.
This cat gives its soldier pal a homecoming worthy of a dog (ummmm…ok, so I confess to expecting this behaviour of dogs but not of cats). This one is overjoyed, even before her favourite soldier comes through the door. T
People who love pit bulls know what loyal and loving companions they can be. This owner even wrote a song for his canine companion, and Doogie seems to love it.
Anyone who assumes pit bulls are all vicious beasts may be surprised to see what a gentle snuggler this one is. The sad thing is that many of them have their natural sweet natures trained or bred right out of them. They deserve better than that. Doogie landed on his paws, with a human pal who obviously adores him.
Anteaters are one of nature’s odder creatures, at least from a human point of view. This one is taking baby for a walk. Those sharp claws come in handy when momma is on the move.
Ralphee has a neurological disorder, but that doesn’t keep him from being best pal to Ralphee, a rescued cattle dog. We humans could learn a lot from these friends. They are not in the least bothered by their differences. What counts is their good hearts.
If you missed the first video, watch the bottom one first. The top one shows Ralphee all grown up and still full of fun.
Border Collies are working dogs. They get bored when they have nothing to do. These Collies make up their own game to keep them occupied.
I have owned a working Border Collie so know “the Collie walk” very well. Mick used it on our sheep but also on piglets, lambs and people.