A kangaroo is hugging her rescuers everyday since she was saved.😍
Abi was rescued and adopted by the wildlife specialists at the Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs in Australia about 12 years ago—and she has consistently showed her affection to the rescuers by giving them hugs each day since rescuing her.
Queen Abigail—or “Abi”—was only five months old when she was rescued as a little baby orphan. This is rarely happening when a mother kangaroo is losing her baby, bit when this is happening humans are near to help.
The kangaroo still insists on starting each of her mornings by hugging her human family, in this way thanking them each day for being loved and saved.
Abi is still living in the sanctuary and is being grateful for her life near humans.
A viral video of a little baby Chihuahua from New York that can’t walk, made the magic happen, so it got a custom wheelchair.
Due to internet users, Lundy now can move around and enjoy life. This tiny puppy got a special designed wheelchair from the Walkin’ Pets in Amherst, who found about Lundy‘s story from the great amount of shares of post on social media.
The viral video melted many hearts around the world and caught the eye of Walkin' Pets in Amherst, New Hampshire. In this way with the help of one call, the delivery of the mini wheelchair was done.
Walkin' Pets in Amherst are designing wheelchair for cats, dogs, rabbits and even chickens, so this tiny animal can move and live their life at its highest.
At the closed zoo in Hong Kong due to coronavirus, pandas have begun to mate for the first time in 10 years
Two giant pandas, male Le Le and female Ying Ying, have been living in Ocean Park for 14 years. For the past ten years ministers have tried to coerce them into intercourse, but to no avail. And only now, when there were no more visitors, the instinct of reproduction woke up in animals.
The zoo is closed from the end of January. In March, as the employees note, the behavior of the pandas changed - the male began to look for the smells of the female and mark the territory.
Two lost dogs forgot their way home, but a Milwaukee driver brought them home in time for Christmas.
Nearing the end of her shift on Dec. 18, Milwaukee driver Jamie Grabowski saw the stray dogs running through the southern Milwaukee streets.
Grabowski stopped her bus, opened the driver’s side window and guided the canines onto the bus.
The police officer carried the dogs to his squad car and then transported them to the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission(MADACC). MADACC is the only facility in Milwaukee County dedicated to taking in and caring for stray animals.
As it turns out, the pups had somehow travelled more than four kilometres away from their family home. The family had been searching for their beloved animals all night.