While most baby seals are born with some sort of fur, few have a full head of hair like this little lady.
Born just under a month ago, the ringed seal pup lives at Kamogawa Sea World with her mom. Since her February birthdate, she’s taken Japan by storm. People from all over are flocking to see the seal while she still has her fur — it typically falls out after about two months.
Meet Lilica, a Brazilian junk yard dog with the heart of a champion. Why do you ask? Because she endures tremendous pain to help those around her… and by “around her,” I mean 4 miles away. Take a look at this incredible video and see for yourself.
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Mountain goats have the unique ability to climb all over the place like Spider-Man. Their hooves uniquely evolved into awesome climbing tools that allow them to end up in some pretty strange places. Sometimes they even get themselves into places they aren’t quite sure how to get out of – then they just sorta stare as if to wait for a rescue helicopter to come by.
But one thing’s for sure. They can do all sorts of stuff we can’t, and I’m jealous.
There’s climbing fun for the whole goat family.
They can just chill on the side of a mountain. No big deal.
Oh, and they can jump, too.
When they fight, it’s mostly just a lot of intimidating staring.
Sometimes they even defy the laws of gravity.
And other times, they just sorta hang out to show off to those of us with normal feet.
This one blends in with his surroundings. Just because he can.
They can even smile for the camera.
Balancing for them is literally no problem.
It’s a big world out there when vertical and horizontal surfaces are both fair game. I’m officially jealous of mountain goats.
Do these mountain goats a favor and give them some attention by sharing this article. They’re not going anywhere.
Are you having a rough day? Do you think nothing will get you through? We have the best solution to your problem. These 18 cuddly animals just can’t stop kissing their best buds, and we can’t get these smiles off our faces. Are you ready to have one yourself?
1.) Bambi has a friend.
2.) Smushiest kiss ever.
4.) “That tickles!”
5.) Woah. He’s huge!
6.) “Hi Mom.”
7.) “Wake up!”
8.) Young love.
9.) Flirty time.
10.) I think she has some peanut butter left on there.
Downtown traffic in Saskatoon, Canada, stood still for a few adorable minutes when a couple of kindhearted police officers escorted a mama duck and her babies toward the South Saskatchewan River.
Duck families are common sights at the start of spring, since ducklings hatch this time of year. Within 24 hours of hatching, mother ducks lead their little ones to water, which normally goes off without a hitch.
Unfortunately for these little fluff balls, their mother couldn’t avoid laying her eggs in a busy area. That’s where these officers came in!
We all need a helping hand sometimes, and these nice officers really went out of their way to extend theirs to an adorable little family. Good job, guys!
When you meet Minnie the dog, a few words immediately come to mind: gentle, affectionate, cuddly, friendly, and playful. But that wasn’t always the case. When she was found by the side of a dirty road, “scared” was the best adjective to describe her.
When animal rescue organization Howl Of A Dog came across Minnie, she was quite hesitant to trust anyone. Luckily, it didn’t take too long for them to gain her trust and get her the help she needed from a vet. What they discovered at the animal hospital, though, crushed my heart…but don’t worry, there’s a happy ending!
What an adorable little sweetheart. That tail wagging is the richest reward in the world.
To adopt Minnie, please contact Howl Of A Dog. You can also help by giving them a donation here.