When you’re as young at this tiny beagle/pug mix puppy named Jynx, there are a lot of firsts. Jynx’s owner recently captured what might be his most important first of all, eating his first spoonful of peanut butter. This little guy can’t get enough of the peanut buttery goodness.
For the last 20 years, Mufasa the mountain lion has been chained in the back of an old truck and used as an act in a traveling circus. During a raid earlier this year, wildlife officials and Animal Defenders International (ADI) rescued Mufasa and took him to ADI’s Spirit of Freedom rescue centre. After being nursed back to health, Mufasa, who’s unreleasbale, was taken to his forever home on the edge of the Tambopata reserve in the Amazon rainforest. These are Mufasa’s first steps of freedom.
For the past six months, 25-year-old Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann from Falmouth in Cornwall, England have been knitting tiny woolly jumpers for her rescue chickens. The chickens, which come from battery farms, often arrive with few feathers and have a tough time acclimating to the chilly countryside. The adorable little jumpers help keep the chickens warm and safe during the winter months.
Darius Sasnauskas, who lives near Yellowstone National Park, recently rescued an injured fawn after it was abandoned by its family. After single-handedly rehabilitating the little one back to health, Sasnauskas made several attempts to release her back into the wild, but she wouldn’t leave his side. In an update off camera, Sasnauskas says he was able to reunite the fawn with her family and sees them together often.