“Bear hug” is a commonly used description but this is how it translates in nature.
This family in Finland found an injured squirrel and nursed it back to health. They named it Arttu and he lived with them for six years before he died.
This poor manatee needed a little love and luckily someone came to his aid.
These dramatic before and after photos show how a little love can go a long way to saving a life.
This is Albert and he is one unfriendly looking cat and you probably don’t want to get on his bad side.
These animals are in touch with their inner Irish side and ready to have a party this St Patrick’s Day.
Pamela Underhill Karaz captured this sweet photo of a coyote taking a liking to a fluffy toy, which shows a softer side to the wild animal.
This cat expertly catches a giant goldfish in a pond of water.
This odd animal is called tarsius monkey and it is native to Southeast Asia.
When you look at all these sad faces you will rethink your next holiday.
Martin Le-May is a hobby photographer lucky enough to witness this incredible sight first hand.
This zebra foal was stuck in the mud until a kind Rhino came to its rescue.
The quokka is an Australian animal that is regarded as one of the happiest looking in the world. Locals are enjoying taking selfies with the creature and it makes for some super sweet snaps.
Adopting an animal is one way to change a life forever.
This sweet dog was left on the streets of Miami at 15 months old as her owners didn’t want to deal with the fact that she had a skin condition called demodex. Thankfully she was rescued and is now happy and healthy.
The new otter park at the Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Japan is so cute that people can’t help but come and visit the zoo to see the otters at play.
Atchoum has a heavy metal death stare that makes him one scary looking cat but apparently underneath all that he is really an angel.