This poor kitty in Russia got stuck with its paw in a frozen puddle but luckily it was rescued by a friendly couple.
And they even adopted the kitty — yay!
Pocket the baby goat was born different, but he’s determined to grow up strong.💪
A baby elephant rescues a man who pretends to drown in a river in Thailand.
This video show the bond between Darrick and elephant Kham Lha at Elephant Nature Park when she think Darrick in trouble, so she rushed to the river and try to save him. This is can show us that, when we treat animal with love, they always paid love back to us.
A good guy rescues a poor skunk with a soda can stuck on its head…
This couple was out on a hike when they stumbled across four tiny, hungry kittens.
Matt Garza and his wife were on a hike at Spring Creek Park in NW Houston, Texas when they stumbled across 4 abandoned kittens. Without much consideration the couple took all the kitties home and provided the little creatures with food and fresh water. They even gave them a bath! All that effort didn’t go to waste – only after a few short weeks they posted the rescue video on youtube, all the kittens were placed with new loving families.
Watch how a fox cub gets rescued from a drain while its mother anxiously looks on.
Rescuers from East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (WRAS) were called out early afternoon to a fox cub after it was seen at the bottom of a drain in a cul-de-sac in Cooden Beach Bexhill.
The cub had originally been seen the night before but disappeared, but was again spotted at lunch time on Tuesday 10th May. Trevor Weeks MBE founder of WRAS from Uckfield, Rescuer Manager Chris Riddington from Eastbourne and Senior Rescue Tony Neads from Polegate, attended on site to try and save the cub.
Our Rescued Baby Deer met the neighbors kitten and seem to like him. So cute!
Pretzel and her two siblings were born and immediately dumped at a local LA shelter. Upon seeing them, it was it was apparent one of the reasons why. They were born with serious genetic abnormalities that made just living a challenge. On the outside, their arms and legs were twisted awkwardly in making walking, in the future, impossible.
The problems on the inside were not immediately discernible until the first night when one of the kittens died. Within months, Curly Sue also died of a massive heart attack.
Pretzel was the lone survivor. Her will to live was strong. Her personality was no different than any other cat. She didn’t care that her legs were useless and she had to crawl to reach laps. What mattered was that she got there.
Today, Pretzel is living in the perfect home with a perfect Mom. Pretzel is Michelle’s first cat, but she loves Pretzel so unconditionally that she wouldn’t have it any other way.
A man in Whittier has gone the distance for a tiny hummingbird his once-feral dog helped rescue. Kristine Lazar reports.
Two friendly hippos help a duckling out of a pond in the Blijdorp Zoo, the Netherlands.