Photos by ©ancient history
Photo by ©franziskas garten
Did you know squirrels will adopt another squirrel’s baby if that baby’s mother was killed or has gone missing?
"Forever Home… Those who arrive, survive."
(Please adopt, save a life.)
Photo by ©ScaarAT
Oh, just some baby bats with their pacifiers, you know.
Photos by ©Baby Bats and Buddies of Bats QLD
This Kitten Won’t Leave Her Baby Brother’s Side And It’s The Cutest
Redditor MsSandwichMaker’s son and their kitten go about their daily lives… side-by-side at all times. Devotion never looked so cute.
The cutest burritos on the menu: Baby Bat Burritos!
10 Photos Of Twin Polar Bears That Will Make Any Crappy Day Better
These 14-week-old polar bear twins were presented to the public with their mother for the first time Wednesday at Hellabrunn Zoo in Munich, Germany.
"Step aside, human! I have a pot o’ gold and a leprechaun to catch!"
An orphaned short-tailed fruit bat hand-raised by Bat World Sanctuary volunteers.
The Lion Soaking: Lioness takes no chances as she carries nine-week-old cub across fast-flowing river
Her jaws clamped firmly around the scruff of her tiny cub’s neck, this plucky lioness is taking no chances as she tackles a risky river crossing. As her nine-week-old youngster dangles beneath her, the mother skips gingerly between impromptu stepping stones. These stunning images capture the heart-stopping moment the lioness braved choppy waters, clasping her little one’s nape, as she made her way to join the rest of the pride on the other side of the river. Amazingly, the cub escaped with only a sodden coat as its mother safely negotiated the fast-flowing waters of the Ntiakitiak River in Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve. Greek photographer Kyriakos Kaziras managed to capture the moment during a trip in December. Paul Goldstein, another photographer and owner of Kicheche Bush Camp, where Mr Kaziras was based, said: “Kyriakos and his guide had spent early morning with the large Enkoyanai pride. There had been plenty of rain and the Ntiakitiak River, normally a trickle, was a swollen torrent. The bulk of the pride were on the east bank and the mother had to take the momentous decision to carry her nine-week-old cub to join them. The risks of such a journey were very real, particularly as the cub was at least a month older than normal ‘carrying age’. I have photographed lions carrying cubs and seen them crossing rivers, but the combination is unique and has never been seen, let alone recorded.”
Via Daily Mail
8 things you may or may not know about me:
1. I love chicken, yummo…chicken for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
2. I have hot paws.
3. I am fascinated with my humans face and decided to call it my bed.
4. I’m brave.
5. I hardly ever meow.
6. My nickname is Squirty Bum.
7. I can’t wait to grow up and be a cat.
8. Did I mention I LOVE chicken?? ^..^
Photos/Caption by ©Charlie Critter