New Zealand Earthquake (Early 2011) – Lessons from the animals

New Zealand Earthquake (Early 2011) – Lessons from the animals

I have not personally verified if this story and thus if the pictures are true. If you can verify the story and/or pictures are true or false please contact me via the comments below.  Even better if you know who is the original author ?  None-the-less, it’s a great story no matter if it is true or not and that’s all that matters in my opinion. ~~ Vanessa xox

The story begins with the rescuers finding this poor little guy they named Ralphie. Someone had already taken him under their wing but they weren't equipped to adopt.

Ralphie, scared and starved, joined his rescuers..

I wouldn't think anything could live thru this.... but we were wrong.

This little lady also survived that wreckage.

Here she is just placed in the car - scared, but safe.

and then..they are no longer alone!

Instant friends, they comforted each other while in the car.

Add two more beagles found after that... the more, the merrier!

Oh boy, a new traveler to add to the mix... (Note: the cat coming over the seat needing shelter...) Now just how is this going to work? (and remember they are all strange to one another )

It's going to work just fine, thank you very much!

Wow! The things we learn from our animal friends... If only all of mankind could learn such valuable lessons as this. Lessons of instant friendship. Of peace and harmony by way of respect for one another -- no matter one's color or creed. These animals tell you... "It's just good to be alive and with others." Yes, it surely is. So... Live, love, laugh.

 

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Comments

  1. Thank you for this article. So Beautiful!!! It is amazing that animals are very similar to humans in that they take care of each other and look after each other. I remember back a few years, a cockatoo checking up on his mate who had got hit by a car swooped down in front of me as I was driving along. It happened so fast that I could not react in time as I was driving and I hit the cockatoo, it was okay, but flapping on the ground. I stopped and went and picked up the cockie and took him to a vet and he was released a short time later after a broken wing. But I still remember the care that the cockie had for his mate (who unfortunately was not alive). Just goes to show that animals are amazing and we should care for them as they do for us. Thanks again for the beautiful article.

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