Remember Rosie? She was rescued and raised with a trio of huskies a little over a year ago. Well, now she's the one doing the rescuing by being a foster mom to these adorable kittens. Good job, Ro!
From the Born to Explore Facebook page: "Who needs a bear hug when you can have a swan hug?
This lovely swan trusted me enough to wrap her neck around mine. She was injured at the time, but luckily she was delivered to Swan Lifeline, which is a charity devoted to the care of sick and injured swans in Windsor, England.
This weekend on ABC, Born to Explore journeys around the world exploring the world of birds."
A 5 year old girl noticed that there are plenty of police dogs, but not any police cats and she wanted to know why. So she wrote to her local police headquarters to get answers. The chief responded with a sweet note and a drawing of his own cat for good measure. Yeah, this story is adorable.
Lambert was rescued as a baby and given a blanket for comfort. "He curled up on that blanket and went right to sleep" says his owner, Vicky Keahey, who runs the In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Educational Center. Even though he's a big lion now, he still sleeps with his blanket every night like a little cub. So cute!