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Wolf Acted Instinctively When An Old Donkey Was Forced Into His Cage

It is known that predators and their preys can’t be friends or being together, even in cartoon, the predators are predators.


This story shows us that they can be friends, best friends actually! A donkey, that was rejected to work in Patok, Albania, by some villagers, was locked up with a wolf in the same crate! The villagers thought that the donkey would be eaten by the wolf, that became his friend! Watch the video above to have more information.



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So, the staff of San Jose animal shelter took the 2 months old kitty, who'd been dyed purple, abused, and beaten, inside and decided to treat her from her wounds.So, they called Nine Lives Foundation to come to help the purple cat. Monica Rudiger, a veterinarian from Nine Lives Foundation, saw the cat's wound and decided to help the cat to be completely healed again.

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