15 Animals Who Thanked Their Rescuers In The Sweetest Way.
There are many people that think humans are the only creatures that can feel deep emotions and that makes us superior to other animals. But the animals you'll see today, prove that you don't have to be a human to be grateful!
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When Abigail the kangaroo was rescued and brought to the Alice Springs Reserve in Australia, she was only five months old. Because the staff at the reserve has taken such good care of her, Abigail has made it her mission to give hugs of gratitude. She seems to be starting a trend because other kangaroos, even the little ones, have begun giving hugs, too.
The next time you see a firefighter, remember that they save animals, too!
Kisses For A Hero
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During a storm in Texas, Duke and his owner were trapped in floodwaters. As his owner struggled to hold the dog, he called 911. Luckily, the firefighters found them and brought them to safety. As soon as Duke hit dry land, he ran towards the firefighter who saved him. He then showed his gratitude by jumping on him and giving him kisses.
You may think that squirrels wouldn't make good friends, but check this out!
Best Friends Forever
Bella The Squirrel / Facebook
This adorable squirrel was found after being attacked by an owl. Since she was wounded, the family took her in to nurse her back to health. They named her Bella. The family kept Bella for five months while she was recovering. Even though Bella was released back into the wild, she has stopped by every single day for the past eight years.
You probably think that most swans have a bad temper, but that's not always the case.
A Swan Never Forgets
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While Richard Wiese, an explorer, was visiting a UK swannery, he noticed a swan stuck in a fence. After he freed the bird, Richard brought it to the sanctuary for treatment. They met again several years later, but the swan didn't forget. The swan wrapped his neck around Richard's and gave him a nice "swan hug."
If you've never seen a baby moose, you definitely want to keep reading.
A Moose To Love
Emma The Moose / Facebook
Erikas Plucas, a farmer from Lithuania, was outside one day, when he found a baby moose standing by his barn. Erikas realized that the moose was orphaned, so he decided he would raise her until she was old enough to join another moose. Once she was ready, Emma returned to the forest, but she still visits Plucas every day.
If you've never seen a polite deer your life's about to change.
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