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<p>Despite a tough past, this orphaned cub is making friends left and right! </p>

Orphaned Fox Cub Lost His Mom – So Now He Has a Stuffed Bunny and Duck to Help Him Feel Safe

Despite a tough past, this orphaned cub is making friends left and right!

It goes without saying; you should never pick up a lioness' cub... You might end up injured very badly, but this guy has such an amazing relationship with this lion that he can do almost anything and nothing happens! This lioness has the highest level of trust and respect for Kevin Richardson - w

Man tried to pick up her newborn cub… Now watch how the lioness reacts, I’m AMAZED!

White Wolf : Devoted Fox continues to live with the man who rescued him (Photos)

White Wolf: Devoted Fox continues to live with the man who rescued him (Photos)

Todd the fox who was rescued as a baby cub and thinks he is a DOG | Daily Mail Online

Fox who was rescued as a baby cub and thinks he is a DOG

Todd the fox was rescued as a cub by owner Emma D'Sylva, of Staffordshire, and after being raised as a domestic pet, the animal has picked up a number of canine characteristics.

It may sound like the plot of a Disney movie - but Todd the fox really does think he's a dog. Todd was tamed after being rescued as a four-month-old cub and was raised as a domestic pet by owner Emma D'Sylva. Since then the lovable fox has picked up a number of canine characteristics such as tail wagging, playing with toys and even walking on a leash.

Todd the fox was rescued as a cub by owner Emma D'Sylva, of Staffordshire, and after being raised as a domestic pet, the animal has picked up a number of canine characteristics.

By Greta Weber, National Geographic     PUBLISHED June 30, 2015 Watch: Mother Raccoon Helps Baby Learn to Climb Tree // If at first you don't succeed, try, try again—and if that doesn't work, get some help from mom. Jeffrey Reid shot the scene in his dad's backyard in Port Townsend, Washington, where he and his family watched the mother raccoon build a nest in the tree. "It soon became clear that the mother was giving climbing lessons," Reid told NatGeo by email. news.nationalgeographic.com

By Greta Weber, National Geographic PUBLISHED June 30, 2015 Watch: Mother Raccoon Helps Baby Learn to Climb Tree // If at first you don't succeed, try, try again—and if that doesn't work, get some help from mom. Jeffrey Reid shot the scene in his dad's backyard in Port Townsend, Washington, where he and his family watched the mother raccoon build a nest in the tree. "It soon became clear that the mother was giving climbing lessons," Reid told NatGeo by email. news.nationalgeographic.com

'The Lion Whisperer' bonds with elegant predators "destined for bullet"

Conservationist Kevin Richardson is seen ready to catch a lion as it leaps into a river after striking up a trusting relationship with two cubs abandoned at birth

White Wolf : Mama Bear Pulls Cub Off Highway To Safety (VIDEO)

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Poor sweet Gee Gee!   SAVED!!!!!

Elderly Horse, Abused for Years, Saved and Taken to New Home - The Canadian Voice for Animals Foundation in Argentina recently seized a horse in the middle of city traffic, and not a moment too soon.

A Baby Bat Eating A Banana Is Way Cuter Than You Could Ever Imagine! | The Animal Rescue Site Blog

A Baby Bat Eating A Banana Is Way Cuter Than You Could Ever Imagine! | The Animal Rescue Site Blog

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