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Africa is a very interesting cat.
Living in England, Africa lost the use of his legs when he was injured as a kitten.
But he was adopted by Judy and Alan Knowles, and that's when his life turned around!
The Knowles gave him specially made wheels in place of his hind legs. They've also built ramps all around their home so Africa can keep chugging along wherever he goes!
Nothing's going to keep this kitty down!
Hunter the dog has a new best friend…Mu Shu the piglet!
The two besties met when Hunter's owners found the piglet on the road after he fell off a livestock truck. Owning a vet hospital, the family nursed the piggy back to health…with Hunter's help!
The family has decided to adopt Mu Shu since Hunter and the piglet have become inseperable.
Check out the aDORable two buddies (above) to hear about their incredible story!
What a heartwarming moment!
Chuck the boxer couldn't wait to see his "daddy," who just came home after serving eight months abroad.
When the soldier's wife says "Daddy's home," Chuck SPRINGS out of the SUV and gives his owner tons of doggy kisses!
Check out the video (above) see this touching moment between man and dog!
Nothing says romance like a close encounter with a lion!
Before embarking on the adventure of marriage with an upcoming televised special on TLC, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo set off on an African adventure on Monday. And within hours of touching down in Tanzania, they were greeted by a fierce furry native!
"WOW!! You don't see a lioness on the side of the road everyday. Amazing!!"
He said when tweeting this pic.
It seems like the couple's extended family are excited to see more photos from their trip.
Lachey's brother, Drew, suggested on Twitter that Minnillo bring a circular polarizer for her camera.
Minnillo Tweeted that she was plenty prepared: "I got a new lens, a mono-pod, and the backpack to carry! @thedrewlachey would be so proud! Haha!"
Hey guys, don't forget to share the pics with us!
[Image via lockerz.]
This is truly amazing and inspirational.
Ricochet was born and raised to be a service dog, but because of a love of chasing birds, she had to be released from the program.
Soon, she found a new love, surfing. Now she is part of an organization that helps raise money for charities. One of her most touching moments was being able to work with quadriplegic surfer Patrick, riding tandem with him and raising funds for his medical expenses.
With Ricochets help, enough money was raised for Patrick to recieve three years worth of physical therapy. As a result, he took some of his first steps!
Not only does Ricochet send a great message to Patrick and others to not worry about who you are, she is a perfect example of being what you love.
She was raised to be a service dog but that wasn't what she was meant to do! Now she surfs to raise money, clearly enjoying being in the water and on a board.
Follow your heart to find your purpose!