She took the little fluffball home and introduced it to one of the chickens from her family, who live in the French countryside. The chicken had never been able to have chicks of her own and was nurturing rotten eggs for months.
The chicken now fully recognizes the duckling as her own and the duckling follows her everywhere. When the family tries to approach the duckling the chicken puffs her feathers and pecks the ones who dare come near the duckling, but they can still pet her back.
Our Sheriff’s Office deputies were driving near a campground on July 23 when they were stopped in their tracks by this young Northern Saw Whet Owl. After some curious head twisting (on both sides) it safely flew away. Watch the deputy have a conversation with the baby owl as it clicks back to her. #DeputiesLoveBabyOwls
Charlotte the penguin refused to get into the penguin pool with the rest of her colony and did everything to avoid the water. But after some one-on-one swimming lessons, she now loves to get into the pool.
Meet Bob, the friendly golden retriever. Bob lives with his human, 8 pet birds and a hamster in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Together they form one happy and unique family, as you can see in the following beautiful pictures.
Also, at around 57 seconds, you can see her head straighten out with the quickness as soon as she feels a baby hop on board. Almost like she was at the doctors office getting a rectal exam lol……pretty funny