Two orphaned ostriches, Pea and Pod, were rescued by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Fund, a sanctuary that helps to raise and nurture orphaned baby elephants. The two birds have become an integral part of the nursery family there. These two entertain thee baby elephants who love to charge them, hug them, and "positively maul them with affection."
Gay Penguins Prove That Love Is Winning | You can't help who you love. Life would be much easier if we could. I'm heterosexual but I believe love is love, and whoever is lucky enough to find it should be congratulated, not judged, whether you're a penguin or a person. The other penguins in the zoos with the several gay penguin couples in this article didn't have a problem with it. We could learn a lot from animals.
Pixie was born with a crippling deformity on her front legs, which are permanently bent at the knee. Her condition could have spelled disaster in an already ill-fated life: Born at a dairy farm, she faced a life of constant breeding and eventually being killed for meat. Instead, her broken legs saved her. A dairy worker was touched by the little calf — who was fighting to survive — and knew she deserved a chance.
Military men and women deployed overseas often fall in love with the furry friends they meet, and sometimes they're even able to bring their companions back stateside. These animals all kept our servicemen and women company while they were miles from home.