Looks like every one of those birds took to that pond…like a duck to water.
For the first time in their lives two dozen recently rescued ducks get their first taste of life in a pond. They had been living for years with a hoarder who had them in pens without adequate access to water or proper nutrition.
This baby squirrel suffered injuries to her leg and was separated from her mother when she fell from a tree – and she is not even three weeks old. The grey squirrel, called Violet, endured the ordeal when the branch her nest (known as a drey) was laying on was cut down. Fortunately, the couple cutting down the tree spotted Violet and immediately phoned the Wildlife Aid Foundation for advice on what to do. The foundation, based in Leatherhead, Surrey, took her in, bandaged her leg, and have been feeding her a special milk formula, similar to that her mother would have provided.
This poor little 1-month-old baby elephant was rescued from a deep moat surrounding a palm oil plantation in Malaysia. I wouldn’t mind if he came to live in my backyard. No danger of moats there.
Wildlife officials attend to a pygmy elephant calf on Borneo island in Malaysia’s Sabah state. Malaysian wildlife authorities said they had rescued a pygmy elephant calf on Borneo island and expressed hope a planned sanctuary would provide protection for the endangered animals. The male calf, which is less than a month old, was pulled out of a deep moat surrounding a palm oil plantation.
Picture Credit: MALAYSIA WILDLIFE AUTHORITIES, AFP and Getty Images.
These beagles have known nothing except the confines of metal cages. They have known no soft human touch, no warm bed, no companionship, no love. They have never been outside or sniffed a tree or grass. Finally, after years of being poked and prodded, these beagles are FREE!
We got the call that a facility was willing to release them to us after they had been used in several tests. We picked them up on June 8th and now they are all in loving foster homes, and one has already been adopted.
MSPCA is caring for these Chihuahua puppies born without any front legs: Open admission adoption centers never turn away an animal in need
The tiny puppies arrived at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm on February 22 after their owner passed away. The adoption center staff quickly assessed that the Chihuahuas were adapting to life without front legs and could be potential candidates for wheeled carts.
Kensi, Hetty, and G continue to show us that animals can overcome many of life’s difficulties if they are provided a chance.
Why yes, that is the once-abandoned three-month-old sea otter named Ollie curled up for a nap on her rescuer Caitlin Dixon’s boots. And yes, it is actually, the cutest picture ever taken. And yes, there is a video.