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Two Kittens Rescued From Car Engine Are Doing Purrfect

Not one but Two! Two happy rescue kitten stories by the same volunteer rescue group, and we are twice as happy. An adorable black kitten, now named Kevin, has been rescued from inside of a car engine in Ballymena. And the other kitten, a calico kitten beauty named Cotton, was rescued after getting trapped in an industrial site under a raised oil tank. Twice the rescued kittens, twice the good news, and twice the gratitude. 

story about two kittens who were rescued by the same group one from inside of a car engine and the other from underneath an oil tank in an industrial site thumbnail includes two pictures including one of a black kitten inside of a car engine and another of a calico kitten
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The poor man getting snuggled to death in the video is the one who raised Kiara the lion. Now that she's all grown up, she loves it when he comes to visit her. 

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cute seal rescue What Is That Baby Seal Doing in a Field Full of Cows?
Via ITV News
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A passing birdwatcher was walking in the Frampton Marshes in Lincolnshire, England when he noticed a herd of cows gathered around a puddle. When he stopped to see what the fuss was about he found this 5-day-old baby seal. 


The seal pup was found all alone without it's mother. The only guess to how it got in the middle of a cow field is a nearby creek. 


Fortunately the orphaned seal was rescued with the help of local seal sanctuary. This baby has a lot of weight to gain to be back in good shape but she is expected to recover and be rehabilitated into the wild. 

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Flooding of the Edisto River in Dorchester Country, South Carolina, has caused people to leave their homes in search of safety. Unfortunately for some this meant leaving animals behind. Rescue crews worked to evacuate exhausted pigs, goats, chickens and dogs from the flooded area.

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Baby puffins, called pufflings, can lose their way when artificial lights make it difficult to navigate. This group saves them from harm and sends them back in the right direction.