Australian government organization came up with a project to show people how their pet cats are actually active. They used GPS trackers to map out their activity. In Australia cats are considered invasive species and can have devastating effects on the native wildlife. Often cats' owners are convinced that their pets don't roam around at night, so the aim of this project is to show them what's really going on.
I guess a lot of you, even dog lovers, wouldn't have the heart to say no to this little kitten. So, the guy who found this little creature under a truck on his way home couldn't just leave her there. He took a picture of the kitty and sent it to his wife asking her if he could bring it home. She simply replied: “Who could say no to that face?”
Jupiter, a rescue fox became friends with Moose, an Australian Shepherd mix and just won’t leave his side. It looks like Jupiter has a huge crush on Moose, she’s always acting goofy around him. They spend every day together and do everything together. Apparently, foxes put their butts on stuff if they want to possess it and Moose gets sat on daily by Jupiter. Just look at them, when Jupiter is with him she’s smiling like crazy.
The institute takes care of little baby sloths that lost their mothers and helps them to return to the wild afterwards. There are several goals that the institute pursue. Firstly, to research wild and captive sloths; secondly, to collaborate with other institutions that work with sloths all over the globe and thirdly, to spread balanced and responsible information about sloths.
Patsy Gibbons from County Kilkenny, Ireland found two abandoned fox pups and nursed them back to health. However, after they made a full recovery they decided to adopt their rescuer and wouldn’t leave his side anymore. Patsy named them Grainne and Minnie and they are very popular among local children.