When Animals Care for Other Species
Cat Adopts Baby Rabbit
In Rotherham, England, Bubbles the baby bunny lost her mother when she was just a week old. But Snaggle Puss the cat came to the rescue, adopting Bubbles into her litter of kittens. Warning: The cute factor in this video is off the charts.
Cat Adopts Rottweiler Puppy
The Humane Society in Meriden, Connecticut, found itself in a bad situation when it saved Charlie Daniels, a 6-day-old motherless Rottweiler. But Satin the cat came to the rescue when she took Charlie Daniels into her litter of kittens.
Sheep Adopts Elephant
Ever seen a small sheep looking after a 440-pound elephant? Well that's exactly what Skaap did at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Center in South Africa. Jabulani the elephant was abandoned by his mother as a baby and taken to the animal park. At first, the frightened elephant would charge anything that came near him—until he met Skaap. The two have become inseparable ever since.
Tiger Adopts Piglets
At the Sriracha Tiger Zoo outside of Bangkok, Thailand, 6-year-old Bengal tigress Saimai has been raising piglets since she was 2 years old. Saimai was actually nursed by a pig until she was 4 months old, so the situation probably doesn't seem very unusual to her. The piglets even wear little tiger-print coats—not to fit in, but to keep warm in their cold room.
Pig Adopts Tiger Cubs
On the flip side, at the Xiangjiang Safari Park in Guangzhou City, China, a sow adopted three tiger cubs who were abandoned by their mother. The sow, recently a new mother, was brought in to help feed the cubs after they rejected bottles.
French Bulldog Adopts Tiger
In 2002, a lioness in the Kenyan wild adopted an oryx calf, an animal similar to an antelope. While the oryx would usually be a tasty meal for a lioness, she seemed to have taken a liking to this particular one.
Dog Adopts Monkey
In Varanasi, India, Guddi the Pomeranian took in a foster baby monkey when he was only a few weeks old. Guddi, which means "doll" in Hindi, nursed the baby monkey, groomed him and even carried him around under her belly when he got tired.
Monkey Adopts Kitten
According to British news outlet ITN, a monkey adopted a baby kitten when the feline found itself orphaned in Northern India, showing once again there is no barrier in cross-species bonding.
Giant Gorilla Adopts Kitten
One of the most famous instances of cross-species adoption was Koko the gorilla. Fluent in American Sign Language, Koko was given a kitten she named "All Ball." She played and mothered All Ball, and even tried to nurse him.
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