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Need a good cry? Read the narratives on an animal adoption website.
Here is a snippet of Cocoa’s Bio.
"Hi guys and gals! My name is Cocoa. I am a five-year-old Chihuahua mix who was brought to the Kentucky Humane Society when my previous owner could no longer care for me. I’m glad they made the decision to bring me here, because it brought me closer to you. There are a few things I would like to share with you: I might act like a big dog in my kennel, but once I’m out and face to face with you, I’m such a ham! I love to go on walks and roll around in the grass. I also love to give kisses and sit on your lap so you can rub my belly. My caregivers think I’m a little flirt, and I think they’re right! It will take a little while for you to earn my trust. But once you do, I will be forever yours."
I was just checking out the wikipedia page for the Bonobo who lights fires.
There’s a passage that talks about how he communicated with his sister.
In this experiment, Kanzi was kept in a separate room of the Great Ape Project and shown some yogurt. Kanzi made some vocalizations which his sister could hear; his sister, Panbanisha, who could not see the yogurt, then pointed to the lexigram for yogurt, suggesting those vocalizations may have meaning
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME?
ANIMALS ARE AMAZING, Y’ALL!
This confirms everything I have ever thought about animals, language, and how obnoxiously superior humans think we are. Just because we can’t make out what they’re saying, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t mean something very specific to the animals.
While Prince George’s County has been rocked in the past month by everything from earthquakes to hurricanes to heavy flooding, one critter — a weeks-old kitten — beat the odds and managed to survive it all, in part thanks to a good Samaritan.
Wayne Smith, who found the kitten, named it Yoda, after the diminutive Star Wars character with giant ears.
Stray kitten tests 9 lives to survive flooding
Since this is now, apparently, a cat blog, I thought I’d bring back this little gem. WAIT FOR THE ENDING.