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Spring Treat: Fluffy The Therapy Pig Playing in a Field Of Pink Tulips

Now that spring is here (even though it will take a while before we can all enjoy it), there's one adorable creature enjoying the sun and the beautiful flowers- Fluffy, the therapy pig. 

Canadian photographer, Chantel Levesque, captured whimsical photos of Fluffy playing in a field of pink tulips and the result will sure bring a smile to your face.     

Fluffy is part of the Khalizoo Zootherapy team, a group of animals that help support individuals and groups struggling with emotional, psychological, social or physical difficulties. 

Levesque met Fluffy a few years ago and was instantly charmed by her cuteness. 

Their photo session showcases Fluffy's "girly-girl side," and she even has pink toenails to match! "

Check out the adorable photoshoot below and find more about Levesque's portfolio on her website.

If you can't get enough of Fluffy, you can follow her on Instagram.

Via: My Modern Met


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The non-traditional family trio is caring for three little baby eagles that hatched in a nest along the Mississippi River near Fulton, Illinois. Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River Refuge, set up the webcam in 2011, allowing the world watch the incredible interactions between the three, two males and a female, which is incredibly rare to see as males tend to be territorial. 

The eagles have also been named, the males go by Valor I and Valor II, and the female is named Starr. 

According to the Stewards of the Upper Mississippi Refuge, these birds have quite a back story, as well. The original trio was formed in 2013, when the female then chose a new mate, Valor II, and Valor I decided to stay throughout the breeding season. The original female was killed by another eagle in 2017, yet the two males stayed together and courted a new female after their first mate died. That female was Starr. And Here we are, two years later and three baby eaglets receiving extra love and care from a total of three parents. 

Story by ABC 7



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