Critterday c/o Ace ♠ (sidebar)

Picked these up from Ace’s sidebar (kind of a sub-blog except nothing gets archived). The sloth one is h/t Jane D’Oh.


Inside a Baby Sloth Orphanage and Rescue Center
National Geographic – Jul 15, 2014 – 4:44
When orphaned baby sloths are hungry or adults lose their habitat, Yiscel Yángüez and Néstor Correa are on the case. They run an animal rescue center in Gamboa, Panama, and specialize in sloth rehabilitation and relocation. For the two of them, releasing healthy sloths back into the wild can be a bittersweet experience.


Guinea Pig Follows His Favorite Golden Retriever EVERYWHERE
The Dodo Odd Couples
May 15, 2019 – 3:07
Frankenstein the guinea pig is completely in love with his big sister Pippin, who’s a golden retriever. He follows her everywhere, needs to be touching her at all times, and can’t stand to be apart.
I think I’ve seen this before, or part of it. Not sure if I ever posted it here, but there was no “guinea pig” tag already.


Stoffle, the Badger that can escape from anywhere!
Honey Badgers: Masters of Mayhem
BBC – Apr 10, 2014 – 4:11
Honey badgers escape from their enclosure using anything from mud balls to rakes.

Record books describe the honey badger as the most fearless animal on the planet. Although barely a foot tall, they have a reputation for attacking just about anything – from venomous snakes to full-grown lions.

In South Africa, an eager scientist, a tenacious beekeeper and a patient conservationist all have a soft spot for these so called ‘bad boys’ of the animal kingdom, and each of them wants to discover if the honey badger’s bite really is as big as its hype.

I know I’ve seen this one before, but it was before the Other People’s Videos blog days. Probably.


When you’re eagerly expected
Дмитрий Беляев – Aug 3, 2017 – 2:10
Abyssinian cat Monterey (Motya), age almost 3 years.
Every day he meets me in a good mood.


A Happy-tissues-Sad Story

Fawn Rescue

5:07

 

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