Meet Mischief, who’s about to completely reshape your views on ravens. Hatched to parents at the World Bird Sanctuary, he will turn 20 this year. Paige Davis, who worked as the Curator of Bird Training at the sanctuary, did extraordinary work educating the public about these amazing ravens that can mimic human speech.
Skipper’s story: When we heard about Skipper and saw the pictures of her, we knew we had to have her. She was born into a litter of nine puppies and she was the only one that was different.
Pumpkin’s mom tells the story of his rescue from a bodega in Brooklyn, New York.
Here’s Winston’s story from his mom: Winston came to me in May of 2020. My friend was visiting the ranch with her dog who caught Winston and brought him back to her. He was so tiny.
The video may evoke feelings of extreme jealousy. Meet Tom and Shaun with Canopy Cat Rescue. Based out of the state of Washington, the two certified arborists rescue cats that get stranded in trees. Around 2009 is when we started CCR.
This man from a city in southern India has dedicated himself to feeding thousands of parrots. He says he grew up with nature around him and likes to see people being kind to animals.
Covid survivor shares the story of how the German Shepherd he adopted saved his life.
No, this is not a fox hunting a poor disabled dog. Jack, a dog on wheels and Pumpkin, a rescue fox are actually best of friends in the UK. Pumpkin also happens to be blind.
Appreciative cat demands to be around her rescuer…and will let you know about it.
Do you want some roast beef? This is Buddy, who apparently didn’t get the memo that you don’t get to choose your parents. As a stray, he suddenly jumped into Emily and Garrett’s truck one day close to their house.
A big-hearted non-cat guy shows shares with us his experience of adopting a disabled kitten. Follow Scooter On Instagram.
This barn owl was brought to San Diego Humane Society’s Project Wildlife after falling from her nest. Her beak was completely misaligned, meaning she won’t be able to eat. Straightening it was the only way she could survive.
A mother’s Love has no boundaries.
Her mother abandoned her and she was found by an elderly couple in their garden who brought her to a wildlife rehabilitator in New York. Her name is Cher and she runs a rescue called Abbe-Freeland.
Paulina was found by the side of the road in May of 2020. She was next to her mother’s body. Her mother had been hit by a car in central Vermont. She was brought to me, by the person who found her.
Rocket was around 3 weeks old when he was found after some cowhands at a cattle yard shot his mom. My niece was working there at the time and called to ask if I wanted to take him in, and of course, I did.
“Zee is our beautiful and big baby girl. She is now two years old and a thousand pounds but will forever be our baby. Zee is Ellie Mae’s first and only calf. I met Ellie Mae when she was a calf and I trained her for a class in college.
“I was contacted about a baby squirrel who had been found near a fallen tree limb. His arm was severely injured. And when I first saw him, I didn’t know if he would ever be able to walk or climb properly, but I bandaged little Jeremy up.