Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Sheep and Elephant Are Best Friends



Another elephant with an unusual friend.

36 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

The Video is an image of Utopia. Thanks for sharing, hugs, Valerie

Elephant's Child said...

Animals really aren't prejudiced are they?
Lovely.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Funny how they chase each other. I guess elephants make good best friends all the way around.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

How wonderfully heartwarming... <3

Shady Del Knight said...

Hi, dear Sandra!

Thank you for another inspiring, heartwarming story proving that different species of animals can learn to accept each other and become friends. As we make our way through another presidential election cycle, it's a shame we don't see as much love and affection between elephant and donkey. :)

Have a great day, dear Sandra!

Leandra Wallace said...

Is there anything cuter than a rampaging baby elephant, lol!

baili said...

wow thank you for such lovable sharing dear first i was scared that elephant will hurt the sheep but later it was really fun to look at them playing like true friends best wishes

Pat Hatt said...

Elephants must be good friends for all it seems

donna baker said...

Oh how I would love to spend time with an elephant. There is a preserve for old elephants in AR that I would love to visit someday. They paint pictures for sale to help with their upkeep.

Adam said...

that is an odd couple

Yolanda Renée said...

Odd but so terribly sweet! Love it! Your blog is always so upbeat and positive, a lovely stop any day, thank you!

Sandra Cox said...

Your idea of Utopia is much like mine, Val:)
Hugs

Sandra Cox said...

They certainly seem to have more sense than we do in that regard don't they, EC?

Sandra Cox said...

They sure seem to, don't they, Alex?

Sandra Cox said...

It is, isn't it? Thanks for stopping by.

Sandra Cox said...

Isn't that the truth? The fact that the elephants and donkeys in our country can't reach across the table to each other is a shame and an embarrassment.

Sandra Cox said...

Ha! They are pretty cute, Leandra:)
Thanks for stopping by. Pleased to see you.

Sandra Cox said...

Thanks, Baili. I'm glad you enjoyed it. They do look like good buds, don't they?

Sandra Cox said...

They do seem to have a large range of different species friends, don't they, Pat?

nashvillecats2 said...

tHANKS FOR SHARING, GREAT TO VEIW.
Yvonne.

Sandra Cox said...

I'd love to visit a sanctuary/preserve too, Donna. It's cool that they have paintings for sale for their upkeep.

Sandra Cox said...

It is. But don't ya love odd couples?

Sandra Cox said...

Thanks, Yolanda:) I really appreciate hearing that.

Sandra Cox said...

My pleasure, Yvonne:)
Hope all is well in your corner of the world.

Stephanie Faris said...

Aww. Elephants are friendly creatures, aren't they?

da tabbies o trout towne said...

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sum times werdz R knot.... nessa sarry... huh !!! ♥♥♥

Magic Love Crow said...

This is priceless Sandra! We can learn so much from animals! Big Hugs!

Sandra Cox said...

They sure can be.

Sandra Cox said...

Yes indeed:)

Margaret D said...

They are delightful. Still smiling :)

Birgit said...

OK I thought for sure I commented! I love this because of their friendship...oh how we could learn

Valerie-Jael said...

Hi Sandra, if you want to write a caption on a photo and don't have a photo editing programme, it will work in WORD. Or you can easily add comments in free online programmes like Pic Monkey or Tuxpi. Hugs, Valerie

Sandra Cox said...

Thanks, Pal:)

Sandra Cox said...

Indeed.
The internet probably ate your comment:(

Sandra Cox said...

Glad you liked them, M-w:)

Sandra Cox said...

We sure can.
Big Hugs back, Magic:)