When Hurricane Isaac rammed into Louisiana in 2012, it displaced a lot of people, but it gave at least one animal a new, happy home.
A squirrel, now named Jill, has found an owner who's willing to give her all the love and social media attention she can handle.
The Instagram account thisgirlisasquirrel says it all:
2-year-old Hurricane Isaac rescue. Vegetarian, parkour expert whose only fear is the vacuum. But, she loves every Starbucks napkin she meets.
And the pictures prove that all is well for Jill the squirrel.
She stays warm.
She has friends.
She works out.
She loves snap peas.
She loves America.
She loves fall.
You're killing it, girl. Keep living like you do.
This adorable little guy wandered into the midst of a cow family who started to care for him as one of their own. The farmers who owned the cows named him Johann.
The cows lick him clean and let him snuggle with them just like they would a baby of their own species.
When media caught on to this wild pig's foster situation the attention got to be too much for him and he relocated with a new group of cows in a different meadow nearby. Amazingly, his new foster family accepted him as well and now he happily forages for bugs and acorns near his new grass-eating moms.
Finally, Lil Bub is close to dropping her debut album, Science & Magic. 25% of the net proceeds from the sales of this album will go to Lil Bub's Big Fund which helps the ASPCA grant funds to help special needs pets.
Lil Bub's CD will feature the music used in Lil Bub videos. To use the words of Andrew W.K. to better explain the concept of the album, "This is music made by a magical space cat."
Many of these dogs come from abusive situations and are unadoptable due to their extreme fear of humans and resulting behavior problems. Through patience and lots of love, most of the dogs involved in this program improve significantly and can eventually be adopted to a caring home.