If you’ve ever stroked the soft fur of a rabbit, you will understand why this squirrel absolutely cannot let go of the bunny. George, the rabbit, is totally unfazed by this sweet connection.
His owner died so the loyal dog stayed underneath a shed for a full year, lost and lonely. Neighbours left food and water for him, but it was Hope for Paws that rescued him. This one’s a heart breaker.
Turkeys…they are such an odd species. They are very communicative, curious about humans, and are both independent and sociable. I loved raising them so laughed at this video.
I grew up in dry southern Idaho. Mother taught us that walking in the rain was one of life’s joys. On the rare rainy days, she would take us out for a walk. We would get soaked and loved every minute of it.
We are not the only creatures who enjoy the sensual pleasure of rain and mud and natural pleasures. Watch these elephants revel in the mud.
An orphaned walrus was taken into the Alaska SeaLife Center. With no walrus mama and no walrus friends, he needed someone to snuggle. He found a friend at the Center, but it is good to see the message that an apparently abandoned baby animal may not be alone. It may just be waiting for its mother to finish feeding and return.
The little one keeps grabbing at twigs, trying to figure out what is good to eat. Learning what is safe and nutritious is the task of any youngster. This one is more in the exploratory stage than in the eating-for-life stage. The cuteness factor is high.
OK, so maybe not so strange for anyone who has had a farm with a mixture of animals. This couple brought home some duck eggs to hatch. What happened when they popped out of the shell is an incredibly sweet story.