Monday, January 30, 2017

Lion Loves Weiner Dog


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  1. Woodward, OK? Not that far from me. Gosh, those two really enjoy each other's company. They may have imprinted on each other when they were babies.

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    1. It does sound like they imprinted doesn't it, Elizabeth?

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  2. Ah! That's lovely...Love the Tiger!
    Have to be honest though...Hate animals
    in cages..any animal!

    Left info re my Blog on previous post Sandra! :).

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    1. I agree, Willie. I'm all for sanctuaries, but seeing an animal caged is hurtful.

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  3. Great to watch, Happy Monday Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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  4. Lovely video - why can't humans get over there differences like that! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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  5. Oh, cute as it is, it could all go so horribly wrong. Nice to see a touch of Australia though, with our sulphur crested cockatoo.

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    1. That's a valid point, Andrew. I trust they've imprinted on each other and the lion will never revert.

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  6. It looks quite scary but beautiful at the same time. Happy Monday xx

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    1. I got a kick out of the lion biting the fleas off the dog, though it did give me a moments pause...;)

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  7. Now that is an unusual relationship. Obviously the lion didn't grow up thinking they are food, so he still doesn't.
    Bone-digger. What a name!

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    1. Yes, sounds like they imprinted.
      And that is quite a name:) Hmmm, maybe a book title....

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  8. I love this so very much. It shows how friendships can form especially when introduced when young. These lions are rare so I'm glad this zoo helps animals out.

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    1. I am too, Birgit. Though I would love it see every zoo have more sanctuary settings.

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  9. Aww, I think Bone Digger may think he's a dog...

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  10. haha the lion sure doesn't see a hotdog with legs, amazing how some can get along so well.

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  11. How adorable. They're like a bunch of brothers playing together.

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    1. Good point:) I love the ones you painted:)

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  13. I don't wonder. You should see my Emma, the dog, and one of the cats. BF forever. An unusual friendship, too.
    Thanks for sharing, Sandra!

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    1. I had a cat and dog like that! The dog would take down any other dogs that threatened his pal.

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  14. Well, I had to watch that entire clip! Animals never cease to amaze me and make me happy when I see them interacting like this.

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  15. we canna heer any sound thanx...knot...two de pea sea we iz on rite now, but then sum timez ya due knot knead ta heer stuff huh ! ♥♥♥

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  16. Darn PC. And you're right. Sometimes you don't need to hear to understand the message.

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  17. If we humans could only take a lesson from animals. Though there are differences, there are more things in common

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  18. Another of these wonderful odd couples. Thank you once again, Sandra!

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  19. This is so beautiful! So touching! Love this video Sandra! Hope you're having a great day! Big Hugs!

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