Jabba the sloth was set up on a blind date by the Beardsley Zoo, and sparks flew. The two-toed sloths were introduced early in February. They took things slow at first, but eventually realized the love is real.
Lil Ben the miniature horse struck gold when he trespassed onto his (now) forever families front lawn. Living a lonely life on a farm, the 18-year-old mini-horse would get bored. No friends, no family, all Benjamin had was an apathetic farmer who didn’t really care about him.
Fiona the most famous hippo in the world is a Philadelphia Eagles fan. Fiona announced her team in preparation for Super Bowl Sunday on The Fiona Show. It turns out, she’s a Philly fan.
Bella the squirrel was found badly injured by an owl attack when she was just 4 weeks old. Hurt and vulnerable, she wasn’t able to survive on her own. Luckily, the little squirrel was found by a wildlife rescue group.
Cyclists and koala’s band together during Australia’s heat wave. The little marsupials are dehydrated but they know who their ride or die homies are. Koalas typically get moisture from gum leaves but the heat has been making that nearly impossible.
Winter blues got you down? Just peep this video of a cow dancing in the snow – it’s guaranteed to melt your cold, frozen heart. Diane Cow lives at Farm Sanctuary in Upstate New York.
A Cincinnati couple rescued a baby sloth in Costa Rica following a huge storm earlier this week. Dirk Morgan and his wife own a lodge in Costa Rica. A panicked guest told them about a baby sloth trapped in between two rocks on the beach, and Morgan jumped into action.
When a box of abandoned Staffordshire Terriers were found in a London park, Tom Hardy stepped up. Using his massive social media following to the advantage of strays everywhere, he posted an adorable image urging his fans to adopt. New Staffies found and brought to Battersea this am in a box found in park.
In quite possibly the cutest video on the internet, these kitties are going through an identity transition. They’re convinced they’re bunny rabbits. The kittens were raised alongside their rabbit friends, and have picked up some notable habits.
For the first time in zoo history, a record number of 8 cubs were born to a cheetah in Saint Louis! Bingwa (meaning Champion in Swahili) is a great mother to her large brood. Since the first few months are critical for newborn cheetah’s, the zoo staff have been monitoring the family closely.