Thanks for taking the time to make this heart-warming collection of animal videos. It's nice to have some positive threads that outshine the doom and
gloom we are usually exposed to. The end video has been covered a few times but it always fills me with positive energy and stirring emotions.
That was amazing! I love animals myself. I've had quite a few different types of animals over the years, but now I have just cats and dogs. I've
always been partial to cats though, as they seem more interesting, at least to me. I finally made my favorite cat and favorite dog like each other, by
constantly putting them together.
The purring squirrel was outstanding. I always thought that cats purr for some type of healing, like their bodies respond to the frequency, affecting
them on a cellular level, since it is known that certain frequencies promote healing. And since they purr when they hurt as well as when they are
happy, I knew they weren't purring because they were happy or content, as many people like to say.
So I wonder how the squirrel learned this, and whether it will confer any benefit on it? Some of those are situations I would never have
expected...Like the bird and the cat, lol. It seemed that when the cat would get to rough with the crow, the crow would start yelling at it, lol. That
was pretty funny.
This reminded me of something that was on UK tv this week, on the show Planet Earth live - No vids on YT as yet so I'll set the scene - Pacific coast
of the US, a fully grown Grey whale and her calf making their way from coast of Mexico to the Arctic comes under attack from a pod of Orca (4 or 5 of)
and the grey whale calf gets killed in the melee. The Orca then go after the adult Grey, when two Humpback whales appear from nowhere, after a hard
fought joust the Orca are forced into submission by the tail thrashing and spurting of the Humpbacks (who by now are incredibly pumped for action)
they then lead the Grey whale mother to safety and let her continue her journey.
Hopefully there will be a video soon, I should imagine so. But anyway I find this very interesting, survival instinct I can understand, but when one
species goes out of it's way to protect or save another - risking their own life in the process - It still blows my mind.
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