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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.
It does sound like they imprinted doesn't it, Elizabeth?
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! :).
I agree, Willie. I'm all for sanctuaries, but seeing an animal caged is hurtful.
Great to watch, Happy Monday Sandra.Yvonne.
Thanks, Yvonne:) And to you.
Lovely video - why can't humans get over there differences like that! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie
Wouldn't life be wonderful if we could?Hugs back,
I agree Valerie!!!
Awwww.My eyes are leaking.
Glad you liked it, M-w:)
Aw, that's so precious...
They're awfully cute aren't they?
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.
That's a valid point, Andrew. I trust they've imprinted on each other and the lion will never revert.
It looks quite scary but beautiful at the same time. Happy Monday xx
I got a kick out of the lion biting the fleas off the dog, though it did give me a moments pause...;)
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!
Yes, sounds like they imprinted.And that is quite a name:) Hmmm, maybe a book title....
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.
I am too, Birgit. Though I would love it see every zoo have more sanctuary settings.
Aww, I think Bone Digger may think he's a dog...
Grin. I bet he does:)
haha the lion sure doesn't see a hotdog with legs, amazing how some can get along so well.
It sure is, Pat.
How adorable. They're like a bunch of brothers playing together.
They sure are, Di:)
Now this is interesting.
Hi Jamie,Aren't they amazing?
Who wouldn't love a weenie?
Good point:) I love the ones you painted:)
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!
I had a cat and dog like that! The dog would take down any other dogs that threatened his pal.
Real cool find
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.
Makes me happy too, Lee:)
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 ! ♥♥♥
Darn PC. And you're right. Sometimes you don't need to hear to understand the message.
If we humans could only take a lesson from animals. Though there are differences, there are more things in common
Another of these wonderful odd couples. Thank you once again, Sandra!
This is so beautiful! So touching! Love this video Sandra! Hope you're having a great day! Big Hugs!