Little baby animals often make friends of a lifetime with human children. Both little and curious, both ready to explore the word! Remember Mowgli and his brothers-wolves? Such stories are real, let’s check them out!
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The story of Emily Bland and her animal friend Rishi, the orangutan, is so touching and simply beautiful. On this photo, Emily is just two years old and Rishi is one. Emily came to visit T.I.G.E.R.S animal center with her father, a photographer, and spent the whole day playing with Rishi, the youngest and the most playful infant in his foster orangutan family.
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The mutual friendship and understanding appeared between Emily and Rishi from the first sight. They cuddled like monkeys and had a wonderful tea time, like sophisticated humans do.
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The second time Emily visited Rishi when she was four. The girl was very excited! Emily has never forgotten her playing mate, often talking about Rishi and referring to him as her best friend.
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And in this photo, Emily is six years old. Time passes by, but the real friendship never ends! What can be more fun than pouring water to each other in the swimming pool and giving a nice warm hug?
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And this story is absolutely incredible. Weezy, a purebred dog, was taken from a dog shelter in Canada in a very bad condition. He had both health and psychological problems, kept trembling and feeling insecure. But when a little baby Evan was born, the dog miraculously recovered, finding his new life mission in taking care of the child.
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Evan and Weezy are becoming the best playing mates. Parents made an Instagram page, where they show the beauty of the mutual friendship between a dog and a human, which now has more than 3 thousands of followers all over the world.
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Kids can save animals, but animals can also rescue kids. This little girl, Alida Knobloch, has a problem with her lungs, therefore she needs to breathe through the tubes only. Mr. Gibbs, a gentle and happy dog, follows Alida everywhere, helps her carrying the oxygen balloons as well as advancing her self-esteem. How important that is, to have a close friend, who loves you unconditionally, whoever you are and whatever you look!
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Cambridge scientists proved that children get more positive emotions while communicating with pets than with their siblings! Learning how to take care of their pet friends, kids get their first empathy and non-verbal communication skills. And the feedback that children receive from their pet friends is amazing, as they always feel love, care, and support.
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A Russian photographer Elena Karneeva created a beautiful set of photos that demonstrate mutual understanding and love between children and baby-animals. Kids are always sincere; they will not hesitate to show you their affection or disgust. Animals are sincere too. This is why this kind of friendship will last forever.
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