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Something we all can learn from animals.

Discussion in 'Pets & Animals' started by Major Tom, Mar 21, 2021.

  1. Major Tom

    Major Tom Searching for ground control... V.I.P Member

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    I found this to be heartwarming how all these animals of different species get along with eachother and accept eachother even when they are so different individually. It's only a few minutes long and hopefully brightens your day!

     
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    It's very sweet to see different species getting along and enjoying each others company.

    One strong interspecies friendship I personally know of is that of a Donkey and Zebra in South Africa. They are best friends and never leave each others side.

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    Mia Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    Here's something we can also learn from cats:\

    "The cat is faster and has sharper teeth and nails than you do," the advice by a Vet reads.
    "It has 'no code of ethics' or considerations for its own future."

    Above all, it emphasized: "In a fair fight it will win."

    In cases dealing with highly aggressive cats, the text encourages three things: "Don't fight a cat. Use your brain. Use drugs."
     
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